Livingston Municipal Library

Computer Use & WiFi Access

Public Computer Use

Our library has several computers available for public use. All of these include access to the Internet, and have word processing installed. In order to access these computers, customers must agree to the library's Acceptable Use policies.

Livingston Municipal Library makes no warranties of any kind, neither expressed nor implied, for the electronic resources or access it is providing, and will in no way be responsible for any damage users suffer, including, but not limited to, loss of data resulting from delays or interruptions of service.

Minor children under 12 years old using electronic resources must have proper supervision by a parent or legal guardian (for the entire duration of the computer session), and all minor children under age 18 must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian to use the electronic resources.

Customers may use personal storage devices, including flash drives, on the public computers.

Customers with library cards may access the computers for two hours per day; visitors may access the computers (after presenting identification) for one hour per day.  Time extensions may be given (at the discretion of library staff) for testing, filling out applications, or completing coursework.  Parents or legal guardians are solely responsible for their child's, and only their child's, use of the library's electronic resources. Charges for printing are $0.25 per page for black & white prints, or $1.00 per page for color prints.

Failure to comply with our policies may result in a customer being temporarily or permanently barred from using the library's electronic resources.

Wireless Access

The library provides free WiFi for public Internet access.  This allows users to connect to the Internet from their laptop computer, tablets, e-Readers or other wireless devices when sitting within range of the access points located throughout the building.  Wireless users are subject to the same guidelines and policies as regular computer users.