WEBINARS BY OUTREACH
Whether informative or live, OutReach LGBT Community Center is offering Webinars for businesses, institutions of higher learning, personal, and more about the lives, health, and history of the LGBTQ Community.
When a webinar listed below is Live, we will
You may download files using supported media. The library is not responsible for damage to your media or for corruption of your data, including damage caused by mechanical malfunction or corruption caused by virus or spyware infection while using library computers. Do not attempt to run or execute programs or applications from personal storage media.
There is a charge for printing from public computers, except when printing your patron record or Event Finder search results. The charge is posted. You must pay before printing.
Stop viewing any site that creates a hostile environment for other library users and staff if a staff member asks you to stop, and do not view similar sites when others are present.
Use headphones when listening to audio content, and keep volume low so you do not disturb others.
As a courtesy to others, log off completely when you are finished with your session. This also protects the privacy of your search.
Do not gather around computers when doing so may obstruct others or create noise that distracts others.
Do not misuse computer equipment or software.
Misuse includes but is not limited to:
Viewing material that violates federal, state or local laws or regulations, including those regarding accessing, viewing, printing and distributing obscenity or child pornography
Hacking into the library computer system or any other computer system
Mishandling, damaging or attempting to damage computer equipment or software; tampering with computer settings
Interfering with system operations, integrity or security
Attempting to gain or gaining access to another person's files or authorization code
Displaying or printing materials that violate OutReach's policy on sexual harassment.
Engaging in any activity that is deliberately offensive or creates an intimidating or hostile environment
Telnetting to outside locations on a Resource Computer
Violating copyright laws and software licensing agreements or the policies of the individual websites that you view
Failing to pay for printing
Refusing or ignoring a staff person's request to give up a computer
Any other violation of the Acceptable Use of the Internet and Library Public Computers statement