Access to the Internet is free to the public at all Newark Public Library facilities. Procedures and session limits vary by location. There are time limits at most sites and you may be asked to sign up on a waiting list in order to assure availability to the greatest number of people.
For those who wish to avoid material they find offensive, the Library offers filtered access to the Internet in children's areas of the Library. See the Library's Internet Use Policy and Regulations Governing Public Use of Computers and the Internet for more information.
To locate a Web site pertinent to your information needs, see the Library's Guides to Selected Internet Sites. If you do not find what you are seeking on the Internet, ask a librarian for help. Library staff have excellent searching skills and they can help you locate the best sourceson the Internet, in databases, or in printfor what you need.
The Newark Public Library provides electronic information resources beyond the Internet. These databases cover a variety of subjects: biography, business, civil rights, colleges, history, literature, science, and more. Also available are online encyclopedias, and magazine and newspaper indexes with many full-text articles. Some resources are available in Library buildings (at the branches and at the Main Library's public service points, including reference areas and the Victoria Technology Center), while others are available both at library locations andfor Newark Public Library cardholderswherever they have Internet access.
Your library card or your visitor's pass act like a debit card to be used as a tool for printing after you add money to your account. Printouts are $.15 per page for black & white and $.45 per page for color.
For information about more subject specific information resources, contact the Reference Center at 973-733-7779.
For information about more subject specific electronic information resources, contact the Reference Center at 973-733-7779.
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