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Use a Computer

The Osceola Public Library offers public use computers for Internet access and word processing. Time limits are enforced to ensure equal access to these high-demand resources.

We have eight public access computers: four are located upstairs and four are downstairs. We reserve one for testing, job searches, etc. for patrons needing more time to complete these tasks. Local residents are required to have a valid library card in order to use them. People traveling through the community must simply show valid identification. All computer users are required to read and sign our Acceptable Internet Use Agreement Form.

Our public use computers do not have filtered Internet access. Therefore, children under the age of 18 are required to have a permission slip signed by a parent or legal guardian to access the computers. The parent must come in to the library to sign the form.

The computers are available for patron use during business hours. They are shut down 15 minutes before the library closes. There is a one hour per day time limit on the computers. If, however, nobody else is waiting, users may stay on longer.