The primary purpose of the Chattahoochee Technical College Library public workstations is to assist CTC Students, Staff, and Faculty (CTC Patrons) with their school, work, or research projects. Any patron using the workstation for other purposes may be asked to relinquish it to CTC patrons needing to perform research or other class-related activity, if no other workstations are available.
The Library supports the principles of free access to information as codified in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights and an interpretation of it on Access to Electronic Information, Services, and Networks.
The Library does not attempt to censor the access of adults to information beyond the scope of the college’s Computer Use & Internet Use policies. See the Student Code of Conduct page of the College Catalog for more information.
We ask that patrons respect the sensibilities of others and not display graphic or offensive images or content in such a manner as may be considered harassing or which interferes with the rights of others to not view such material.
Members of the general public are welcome to use library computers provided there are computers available. They may be denied computer access or asked to relinquish their computer if CTC students are waiting. There may also be a time limit on computer use for members of the general public.
Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in being asked to leave the library, suspension of library privileges, or other discipline as appropriate.