Policies

Most forms can be downloaded from these pages.

Permanent link to this article: http://liberty.lib.me.us/policies/

Computer Use Policy

General Policy: In fulfilling our role as a service oriented Library and our mission of serving the community as a center of reliable information and promoting the evolving technologies available, the Library recognizes the vital role of technology to the community.  The Liberty Library provides computers and services to the general public. Users are able …

Internet Safety Policy

Internet Safety_1. pdf It is the policy of the Liberty Library to: Prevent transmission of inappropriate material via the Internet, Prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful online activity, Prevent unauthorized online disclosure, use, or dissemination of personal identification information of minors, and Comply with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). As required by CIPA, in …

e-Reader Policy

We are sorry but we no longer have an eReader to loan. You may download ebooks and audiobooks on your own device at Maine InforNet Download Library.

Collection Policy

Collection Policy2018 .pdf Gift Acknowledgment .pdf Freedom to Read .pdf Freedom to View .pdf Library Bill of Rights .pdf Request for Reconsideration .pdf Purpose In fulfilling our mission of identifying and being responsive to the changing needs of the community, the Liberty Library will assemble, preserve and circulate print and non-print materials to meet those informational, educational, and recreational needs. The …

Building Use Policy

Building Use.pdf Request for Use.pdf The Liberty Library will be available to area individuals and organizations for meetings and programs during times when it is not otherwise being used for library activities. Library events have priority for use of the building. Permitted Uses: Library access is granted to all on an equal basis regardless of …

Interlibrary Loan Policy

The Liberty Library is now a participating library in MILS and MaineCat statewide borrowing. Please start your search at MILS > View entire collection. If you do not find what you are looking for in MILS, you will be provided with a link to MaineCat.  If you locate an item you would like to borrow,  …

Display Policy

DisplayPolicy.pdf Exhibit Loan Agreement.pdf Liberty Library is a public forum where ideas and information are freely communicated and a broad spectrum of opinions are presented in displays and exhibits. Viewpoints expressed in displays reflect the library’s intellectual freedom policy and are not endorsements of the viewpoints. The term “display” is used collectively to include flyers, …

Children’s Room Policy

ChildrensRoomPolicy .pdf One of Liberty Library’s primary goals is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for children. We encourage Library use by children and young adults. Children under the age of eight (8) must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or caregiver (age 14 or older) at all times while at the Library. Parents or …

Patron Behavior Policy

PatronBehaviorPolicy pdf Patrons are expected to: Respect library policies and procedures. Respect rights and privacy of other patrons and staff. Be responsible for the safety and behavior of children or dependents in their care. Be responsible for the selection choices of their own minor children. Be responsible for materials borrowed and fees incurred by themselves or …