Connect with free wireless internet access at the East Lake Community Library!
In a Windows environment:
1.) Click on wireless icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen (picture is a single computer with motion marks) 2.) From the menu that says “Choose a Wireless Network,” choose "EL Hotspot". 3.) Not seeing EL Hotspot? Move toward the center of the library and click “Refresh Network List” in the upper left corner of the Wireless Network Connection box. 4.) EL Hotspot is an unencrypted network, so you will be asked if you want to connect anyway.
In a Macintosh environment:
1.) Make sure your Airport is turned on. 2.) Choose EL Hotspot from available wireless networks list.
Internet Usage Agreement:
The East Lake Community Library offers Internet resources equally to all users. The Internet enables the library to provide resources not available within the confines of its own collection. However, the Internet is an unregulated medium. It offers access to a wealth of material that is personally, professionally, and culturally enriching to individuals of all ages, but it also enables access to some materials that may be offensive and/or illegal. Individual users must accept responsibility for determining the suitability of content for themselves and their children. In addition, users must respect the legal protections to data and software provided by copyright and licensing laws. Users may not represent themselves as another person nor use Internet access to transmit obscene, threatening, or harassing materials. Although library staff and volunteers are able to offer some searching suggestions and answer some questions, they cannot provide in- depth training on the Internet or computer use.
Because computers are located in a public area, what you view is not private. Please be considerate of other library users and refrain from displaying materials that might reasonably be considered objectionable.
In accordance with Florida Statutes, Chapters 847.011(1)a and 847.0133(1), displaying obscene materials to minors or printing such materials may be a violation of the law and could result in penalties up to and including imprisonment.