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Available at all locations. Contact the Adult Services Department or see the information desk at your branch for more information.Computer Managment software
The Library uses SAM (Smart Access Management) Software to manage computer usage. This self-service system turns your library card into a combination login pass and debit card, allowing access to the Internet and printing. It is currently available at the computer centers in Hagerstown and some County Branches. In order to use the computers in these locations using SAM:
You may sit down at any available computer where you see the SAM Welcome Screen, and log-on using your 14-digit library card number (no spaces) and PIN.
There is a 15¢ per page charge for black and white printing, and a 30¢ per page charge for color printing. You may add money to your library card prior to printing, or when you release the print job.
Washington County Free Library provides for the information and life long learning needs of our community. The Library recognizes that the Internet can enable citizens to access information from around the globe, and therefore has made a commitment to provide free Internet access to all Washington County citizens. The Internet enables the Library to provide a wealth of information services that goes beyond its traditional collection and resources and which would be too extensive and costly to acquire in print format.
Like all Library resources, the Web Access terminals must be shared and used in a manner which respects the rights of others. Public terminals may be used for any purpose except for those prohibited below. In Hagerstown, there is a 4 hour time limit on computer terminals. Users may log-on as many times as they want until the 4 hour time limit is reached. If the computers are full, users will be limited to 1 hour sessions, but may use the remainder of their time later in the day. In the County Branches, users are limited to 1 hour, but time may be extended at the discretion of staff if there is nobody waiting.
The Internet is a global network of networks operated by a variety of providers and creators. The Library has no control over the resources these entities make available to Internet users.Before you access the Internet at WCFL, you should be aware:
Violation of these rules and procedures will result in loss of Web Access privileges.Attempts to sabotage, mutilate, or injure Library owned software or equipment are strictly prohibited under the Annotated Code of Maryland, 23-408.