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Rules For Acceptable Use of the PCC
This policy regulates non-Internet use of all computers in the Missouri River Regional Library Public Computer Center. It outlines the library's objectives for the public Computer Center and the responsibilities assumed by the patrons who use it. A similar policy, the Public computer Center Internet Use Policy, performs the same function for Internet use and may be read in of this document. By using the resources in the Public Computer Center, patrons agree to abide by both policies.
How can I get a library card? All residents of Cole and Osage counties, ages 5 and up, are eligible to get a library card with full privileges. All residents of Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Franklin, Gasconade, Maries, Miller, Warren, and parts of Moniteau (check with the library for details with Moniteau) are eligible to get a library card for free, however they cannot use our Inter Library Loan or MOBIUS services. All other counties in Missouri can get a library card for an annual fee of $25.00 per individual or $54.00 per family.
Online language learning with Brazilian Portuguese, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, French, Greek, Japanese and Russian as the foreign languages offered, and with English as a Second Language lessons for Brazilian Portuguese, Polish or Spanish speakers. A computer with speakers and a microphone (or headset) is recommended. The Library does not provide headphones for the public.
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