Computers

The Library has 14 public computers available for library cardholders and non-cardholders (guests) to use. Library cardholders can use our computers for free for 2 hours per day.  To log in, enter the library card number and the 4-digit pin number (last four digits of the phone number linked to the card).

Non-cardholders are welcome to use our public computers by requesting a pass at our service desk. They may request a “Quick Print” pass to use a computer for 15 minutes for free or they may purchase a Guest Pass for $1.00 to use a computer for 2 hours.

Our friendly staff can help you with your basic computer and technology questions.

Internet Use and Safety Policy

  1. The Millington Public Library endeavors to provide collections, resources, and services that meet the cultural, informational, recreational, and educational needs of the diverse community it serves. Within this context, the Library offers access to the Internet for both staff and members of the public.
  2. Neither the Millington Public Library nor the City of Millington is liable for theft of personal information while accessing the public computers and internet, such as identity theft.
  3. The Internet is a global resource. Resources available on the Internet supplement and complement the collection and resources available at the Library. The Library does not monitor and has no control over the information available over the Internet. The Internet may contain material of a controversial nature. Users should note that not all Internet sources provide accurate, complete, or current information.
  4. It is the policy of the Library to:
    1. Prevent user access over its computer network to, or transmission of, illegal material via Internet, electronic mail, or other forms of direct electronic communications.
    2. Prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful online activity.
    3. Prevent unauthorized online disclosure, use, or dissemination of personal identification information regarding minors.
    4. Comply with Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) / Neighborhood CIPA.
  5. Library users should not have an expectation of privacy when using any form of electronic media in the Library.
  6. Librarians cannot act in the place of parents in providing constant care and supervision of children as they explore the Internet. Parents and legal guardians are responsible for monitoring any and all Internet use by minors. Consent given on the part of parents or legal guardians for a Library card issued to minors constitutes acknowledgment by the parents or guardians that they have a responsibility for monitoring their child's use of all Library resources, including the public computers.
  7. The following are recommended guidelines for parents and guardians to ensure that children have positive online experiences, whether at home or at the Library:
    1. Explore the wide range of available information, and tell your children about sites you consider inappropriate for them.
    2. Provide guidelines for your children on the amount of time they spend online, just as for television viewing.
    3. Teach children to never give out personal identification information (name, address, password, telephone number, social security number, credit card number) about themselves or others without first asking a parent for permission.
    4. Teach children to be good online consumers. As with print information, consider the source, date, and accuracy of online information.
    5. Comply with Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) / Neighborhood CIPA.
  8. Use of Library technology by each and every staff member, volunteer, or patron shall constitute that person's acknowledgment of and agreement to abide by this Internet Use and Safety Policy, including guidelines for use of the Internet by minors. Patrons are expected to adhere to all rules governing the use of the Internet in libraries, including the duration and frequency of sessions. Patrons who violate Library policy regarding the use of the Internet or who behave in a disruptive manner will be asked to either modify their use appropriately or have their Internet usage access suspended. During the first instance, the Internet usage access shall be suspended for seven days; for the second instance, 14 days; and for the third instance, 30 days.
  9. All Internet use is subject to Library's Code of Conduct, which states that behavior must not disrupt other patrons' use of the Library and that Library patrons must be considerate of others in the Library and treat other patrons and staff with courtesy and respect, honor other patrons' privacy, and keep all conversations quiet.
  10. Users shall not disclose, use or disseminate personal identification information without proper authorization.
  11. Users shall utilize the Library network for lawful activities only. They shall not use the network to cause harm to others or damage the property of others. They shall not intentionally upload, download, or create computer viruses or other forms of malicious programming, attempt to harm or destroy equipment, manipulate the data of any other User, or seek unauthorized access to networks and systems, including so-called "hacking."
  12. Internet users shall not violate any applicable local, state, or federal laws or policies.