Answered By: Doug Bolden Last Updated: Jun 04, 2018 Views: 1328
If you wish to stop by and read in our coffee shop, visit the art gallery, or browse our books (but not check them out), you merely have to come by when the library is open. If you wish to have more options than that, though, you can pay a privilege fee to have a guest pass.
The first is a PC-use only day pass to use the library PCs (in the Info arcade and in the coffee shop area). It costs $5 for four hours. It allows you to log into the computers in the Info Arcade on the first floor. It will give you access to our catalog, our electronic resources, as well as just using the Internet.
You may also upgrade this to a 3-month version for $50 for the same access (four hours per day. The second is a Circulation pass. It costs $75 for three months, and on top of what the PC-use pass offers, you also have circulation rights for those three months (meaning you can check out books and the like).
A dedicated PC and printer are available for government document research. You can contact Michael Manasco at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (256)824-6965 to arrange a session for this computer's use.
You can see more information on the current fees here (including the number of books you can check out and for how long).
- The link for see more information is not working.
- Ok, it should now be fixed.