Internet access




The American library at NaUKMA is committed to providing free and open access to informational, educational, cultural resources, and recourses for entertainment for library users of all ages and backgrounds. Library staff will answer your questions and will help you to navigate the Internet

American library Internet users may:

     Use the Internet stations on a first-come, first-served basis. Users are required to present valid membership card at the library desk. Take part in individual or collective consultations, training groups for Internet and databases use.
     The American Library does not offer electronic mail accounts. You have to use the Internet only. You may use any free e-mail server for your e-mail.
     You may use USB flash drives. Your Internet findings may be downloaded or e-mailed in terms of educational and research purposes only.

You may not:

     Use the library workstations to gain unauthorized access to the Library networks or computer systems or to any other network or computer system.
     Make any attempt to damage computer equipment or software Make any attempt to cause degradation of system performance Use any library workstation for illegal or criminal purpose Use Internet-games and chat-groups Violators of Internet station use policy may lose library privileges up to one month. The library reserves the right to terminate an Internet session at any time. Systematic violation of Library policy may cause the user’s deprivation of Internet access.

You may also use free Wi-Fi Internet at the American Library.

Eating, drinking, and smoking is not allowed in the Red Zone of the library.

Please do not talk loudly in the Red Zone of the library.

Please do not use radios, walkman or mobile phone loudly in the Red Zone of the library.




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