Book computer dating guest
Because of the high demand for computers, we ask that they not be used for chatting and games. Visitors with their own laptop computers may borrow a cable at the Circulation Desk to connect to the Internet, or may use the College's wireless network .All the electronic resources available through the Bowdoin Library web site (such as electronic journals, e-books and databases) may be used by anyone on site in Hawthorne-Longfellow or the branch libraries.The loan period is two weeks, but books are subject to immediate recall at any time.DVDs and videos may be used at viewing stations in the Library. The collections of the Art Library and the Media Commons, and recordings at the Music Library, must be used in-house.Because of licensing restrictions, these resources are available from off campus ONLY to current Bowdoin students, faculty and staff members.Guest borrowers may access a variety of databases through Maine Digital Library, Maine’s virtual library.Visitors without library cards may use, in-house, the collections of the Hawthorne-Longfellow Library (including the Government Documents Collection), the Hatch Science Library, the William Curtis Pierce Art Library, the Beckwith Music Library, and the Media Commons; there is no charge for this access.Visitors should feel free to direct inquiries about collections and services to library staff.
It is valid only for the person to whom it is issued, and that person is responsible for all materials checked out on the card.
Lost books should be reported to the Circulation Department promptly; overdue charges will accrue until the loss is recorded.
For a lost book, the Library will charge the replacement price plus .00 for ordering and cataloging if the book is in print.
For an out of print book, the Library will charge .00, plus the .00 processing fee.
Payment of any charges, or questions regarding fees, lost books, or other problems should be addressed to a Circulation staff member in person or by phone at 725-3280.