The Idaho Commission for Libraries' "online @ your library" Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant expanded broadband and computing capacity in Idaho's least connected public libraries and increased the online resources available statewide at lili.org for Idahoans, including K-12 students and job seekers. Learn more here.
Kids have lots of opportunities for socializing online, but they come with certain risks. Parents can help reduce these risks by talking to kids about making safe, responsible decisions.
IDAHO ATTORNEY GENERAL INTERNET SAFETY GUIDELINES - In partnership with the Internet Crimes Against Children task force, the Idaho A.G. offers information and resources to protect children from predators, cyber-criminals and other internet dangers. Learn more here.
Computer use is free and open to the public. No library card is needed. Time on the computers may be limited in order to allow access to all who want to use them.
B/W printing is 25¢/page. Scanning documents is $1/page.
Wireless Internet access is available for patrons who bring in their own laptops/devices. Each branch's network is labeled "PRLD-[branch]" and can be accessed all times of day, even when our libraries are closed. Printing from patrons' laptops/phones is not supported.
The library cannot verify, monitor or control the accuracy of any internet content, and takes no responsibility for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage related to internet use.
We affirm the right to provide all patrons access to constitutionally protected material.
Computers will not be used for illegal activity, to access illegal materials, or to access materials which by local community standard would be obscene. Any activity in violation of federal, state or local laws is prohibited.
Misuse or abuse of district computer equipment, internet use, or failure to abide by district computer use policies may result in loss of computer privileges. Such misuse includes but is not limited to: attempts at unauthorized access, hacking or otherwise interfering with systems operations, harassment, violation of copyright or software licensing agreements.
Patrons are expected to be mindful of viewing content that may be visible to others in the library, especially children.
Children under 18 must have the written consent of a parent or legal guardian in order to use PRLD's computers.
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