[Web4lib] Patrons reading/playing cds at public computers
TEdelblute at anaheim.net
Mon Feb 23 13:22:14 EST 2009
They are free to read their own data, just not able to install any programs from their CD. Listen to music, yes patrons do it all the time using Windows Media Player. But they need to bring in their own headphones.
Public Access Systems Coordinator
Anaheim Public Library
From: web4lib-bounces at webjunction.org [mailto:web4lib-bounces at webjunction.org] On Behalf Of Janet Fine
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Subject: [Web4lib] Patrons reading/playing cds at public computers
What is your Library's policy regarding a patron's ability to read data stored on their own cds at your public computers? Also do you allow patrons to listen to music on their own cds at the public computers? We do supply headsets for tutorials, etc.
Thanks--any information you supply will be shared with the group.
Department Head, Circulation and Computer Services
Great Neck Library
159 Bayview Avenue
Great Neck, NY 11023
(516) 466-8055 ext. 205
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