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Library Computers

The GWC Library has computers available on the second floor. In addition, all of the group study rooms have computers and monitors equipped for instructional purposes. All of the computers in the main reference area of the library and in the group study rooms offer Internet access, word processing, & printing capabilities. In addition, six computers are reserved for book and database searches only.

    library computers                  printing station

    2nd Floor Area Computers               Self Service GoPrint Station

 

    group study rooms                  group study rooms

         Group Study Room                              Group Study Room

 


Library Computer Policies


The Golden West College Library maintains a number of electronic research tools, including the online library catalog, electronic databases, and Internet workstations, all in the support of the educational mission of Golden West College. The Library reserves the right to limit access to any and all computerized information resources. We also reserve the right to revise the terms under which these resources may be used in the course of meeting the educational needs of Golden West College students, faculty, staff, and community. For the complete version of GWC Library Policies regarding computer usage, please access the following link: GWC Computer Policy.

The GWC Library, moreover, follows the District's Computer and Electronic Resources Systems Acceptable Use Policy.


"The Board recognizes that computers and networks can provide access to resources on and off campus, as well as the ability to communicate with other users worldwide. Such open access is a privilege and requires that individual users act responsibly. Users must respect the rights of other users, respect the integrity of the systems and related physical resources and observe all relevant law, regulations and contractual obligations. For District employees, the intended uses of the District Network are those which are reasonable and necessary for the pursuit of job duties; for students, the intended uses are those which are reasonable and necessary for the pursuit of instructional activities" (Accessed 9/13/11).

For the complete version of District Policies regarding computer usage, please access the following link: Computer and Electronic Resources Systems Acceptable Use Policy.



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