DISPLAYS, POSTERS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
In its role as a forum for information, free thought, and communication in the community, the Keck Memorial Library will, at its discretion, exhibit displays and posters or announcements which have been submitted by community groups on the bulletin boards. Only materials of community, national or world interest will be considered. All materials should fit in with the Library's collection or its broader goals as a source of information, education and recreation. No materials with a profit motive can be accepted nor those of a political or religious organization representing a single point of view. Furthermore, the Library retains at all times the right to accept or reject for any reason any or all materials submitted for display.
Reviewed 9/97, 4/04
The video players may be used by patrons of the Keck Memorial Library in the Zella Wright McNeal Reading Room. People viewing the video must keep the volume to a minimum so as not to bother other library users. If someone is using the room for study, a person wishing to watch a video must use the headphone set. Patrons may bring their own headsets if compatible with the system. If there is only one librarian working, children may be allowed to use the VCR/DVD only with adult supervision. Librarians will insert and remove videos from the VCR and/or DVD. Anyone found misusing the machines, discs, or tapes will be asked to leave. If the same individual continues mistreatment, he/she may lose their privileges. 9/93 ,
Reviewed 12/97, 4/04, 7/07
Fax requests will be accepted from the public.
The library has a fax machine that is available to the public.
- Faxes will be both sent and received, The customer will be charged for each page being sent or received
- Fees for faxing are: Sending $1.00 for each page sent Receiving: $1.00 for each sheet received
- No charge will be made for sending or receiving Inter-library loan or reference requests.
- Material being faxed will be sent as promptly as library business allows.
- Those wishing to have the library receive a fax for them, should notify the library before the fax is to be sent. Transmissions received will be labeled and placed on a reserve shelf. (7/2007)
Microfilm Reader Printer Policy
The Keck Memorial Library, the Louisa County Historical Society, and the Genealogical Society received a grant to provide a microfilm reader/printer for public use. These machines provide access to the microfilm collection.
Patron Assistance and Instruction
Library staff can provide a brief introduction of how to use the machines. Please ask for assistance if you have trouble printing, loading the microfilm, need more paper or have other problems with the machines.
Microfilm Machine Use Restrictions
Microfilm machines are available to all adults. Children under the age of 14 must be supervised by an adult while using the machines.
Patrons who wish to print out copies, need to pay for their copies at the front desk. Microfilm copies are $.25 per page.
Misuse of any equipment, or failure to follow any of these guidelines, including failure to abide by time limits, will result in a loss of Microfilm privileges. (7/2007)
The Keck Memorial Library complies fully with the United States copyright law. Copies will be $.10 per page for the first 10 multi-pages (10 different pages) and $.25 per page over 10. [EXAMPLE: 15 different pages copied from a book. Charges would be $.10 x 10 = $1.00 AND $.25 x 5 = $1.25. TOTAL CHARGE $2.25.]
This does not apply however to 15 copies of one page. (7/97) rev 4/04, 8/07
MEETING ROOM POLICY
Use of the Keck Memorial Library for a meeting room will be for library sponsored programs and library related meetings or programs, such as Friends of the Keck Memorial Library meetings, Library Board and Regional Library Board meetings, Louisa County Librarians meetings, Summer Library Programs, booktalks, author talks, tours, children and adult literary programs, or programs sponsored by the library or the Friends group.
Light refreshments may be served provided that the person in charge takes care of the clean-up.
Meetings may be scheduled before or after regular library hours if approved by the library director. Room requests must be made in advance for room usage.
Meetings will be expected to conform to standards of good behavior and those in charge will be responsible for any damage to library property. Those in charge of the meeting will also be expected to leave the facility in the same condition as they found it. Rev.6/93, 8/07