An E-Reader can be checked out by any patron with a valid library card, age 18 or older, with no overdue or lost items on their account.
The E-Reader can be borrowed for 21 days and may be renewed one time, provided there are no holds on the device.
Overdue charges of $5 per day will be assessed for late return of the E-Reader.
E-Readers cannot be requested via inter-library loan.
All users will be required to sign an E-Reader User Agreement when checking out an E-Reader. This agreement will then be kept on file. Signing the E-Reader User Agreement acknowledges responsibility for any damage to the E-Reader and the current replacement cost ($195) which includes the fees for the power cord plus a $10 processing fee. If a patron fails to return the device and/or its accessories in good working order, the patron will be charged the full current replacement cost ($195). The library director will make the final decision regarding damage assessments.
The E-Reader must be returned INSIDE the library and handed directly to a staff member. The E-Reader may not be returned in the book drop or left at the counter unattended. If the library is not open the device can be handed to the city clerk or assistant city clerk. The E-Reader may not be returned to another library. Failure to do so may result in a minimum fine of $25 and/or revocation of e-reader borrowing privileges.