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—John K. Hutchens

 

Computer and Internet Use

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The Las Animas-Bent County Library District has 13 public use computers with Internet access and one children's computer which does not have access to the Internet. To use the library's computers, patrons must sign an Internet Consent Form as well as be in good standing with the library with no fines or overdue books.

Visitors to the City of Las Animas are welcome to use the library's computers upon the presentation of photo identification to library staff.

The library offers the use of two laptops in the library building. To use the laptops, patrons must sign a Laptop Agreement in addition to the Internet Consent Form.

The library also offers free wireless Internet access to both patrons and visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week.