In keeping with the Roselle Public Library's commitment to information services, the Library offers access to the Internet. The Internet offers unlimited global access to information, however, the Roselle Public Library is unable to monitor or control the content and validity of material available electronically and thus cannot accept responsibility for the quality, accuracy or currency of information accessed via the Internet.
The Internet contains materials that users may find objectionable, offensive or controversial. The Library assumes no responsibility for any damages, direct or indirect arising from its connections to the Internet. As is true of other Library materials/resources, any use of the Roselle Public Library's Internet connection for illegal, inappropriate, or obscene purposes or in support of such activities is prohibited.
Misuse or abuse of the Library's computers will result in suspension of Internet access privileges and may also result in the loss of Library privileges. Illegal acts involving Library computing resources may also be subject to prosecution by local, state, or federal authorities. The Roselle Public Library reserves the right to end an Internet session at any time.
Use of the public computers is limited to a maximum of (2) two thirty -minute sessions per day. These sessions may not necessarily be consecutive, depending on public demand for access. We charge $0.25 per page for anything printed from our computers.
No other software may be used on the library internet computers. Patrons must purchase a disc at the Circulation Desk at a cost of $1.00 per disc if they choose to download information from the internet.
Any computer session may be terminated at the discretion of the library staff.
To use the library internet computer terminals you must have a valid library card.
Sessions are 30 minutes; the computer will warn you before it shuts off.
Caution; once you click "End Session" you will not be able to access the internet again until the Next Day.
If you get an inactive message please come to circulation.
Create a pin number 3 to 4 characters long, a combination of letters and/or numbers. You will be asked for your pin each time you login, so make sure it's something easily remembered.