Public internet access guidelines

These guidelines go into effect on August 1, 2011

To access the internet at FDLPL:

 

If a person’s permanent residence is anywhere in Wisconsin:

• They must have or get a Fond du Lac Public Library card to access the internet

• They can use a Winnefox Library System card while FDLPL remains a member of that system

 

If a person’s permanent residence is anywhere outside Wisconsin:

• They must present an unexpired photo ID to receive a guest pass

• A guest pass is for a one-time use only

• If a non-Wisconsin resident would like to access the internet for more than one day, that person can request a limited-use FDLPL card from the Circulation Dept.

 

If a patron has an FDLPL card, but does not have it with them:

• If they present an unexpired photo ID, library staff will sign them onto the internet remotely

• Library staff will not provide the patron card number

 

If the patron has an FDLPL card but cannot present an unexpired photo ID:

• Library staff will not provide their card number nor sign them in

 

Library staff will look up a patron’s Personal Identification Number:

• If the person can present an unexpired photo ID

 

Library staff will not look up a patron’s PIN:

• If the person cannot present an unexpired photo ID

 

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