No Swimming - courtesy James F Clay on Flickr
[No Swimming - courtesy James F Clay on Flickr]

Are you looking for the right policy to handle a specific need in your library? This section addresses everything from Computer Policies to the USA Patriot Act. We know that seeing examples and reading how other libraries have successfully implemented a policy are great starting points for others looking to do the same.

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iFought the iPads (and iWon)

 News / Last Modified: 03 February 2015

When Rapid City Public Libraries decided to add iPads to the Children's Area, I volunteered for the project. In the end this project took me a couple of months to tackle but the number of children using the iPads made it worth the effort. I hope by s...

You Shall Not Pass! iPad Passcode Programs and Other Insights

 News / Last Modified: 27 August 2014

Since her first article, iFought the iPads (and iWon), Sally-Adrina has heard from several librarians struggling with a common problem: iPad passcodes. At Rapid City Public Libraries, they experienced the same issue. A child or an ad...

Extending access to e-books for public libraries: New strategies

 Webinar / Last Modified: 26 August 2014

A webinar discussing recent research and data around public library e-book purchasing and exploring strategies being developed around public policy, data collection and the library’s value in the e-book supply chain.

Finding a Legal Comfort Zone on the Web

 Webinar / Last Modified: 08 July 2014

Archive and associated resources for the July 27, 2011, webinar with Eli Neiburger and Barbara Jones on how libraries can navigate through issues of intellectual freedom and privacy issues in emerging technologies.