USERS THAT CLICK ON THE "WI-FI PRINTING ACCESS" LOGO AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:
The Robert J. Kleberg Public Library offers Wireless Printing Access to patrons using either a wireless laptop computer or device. All wireless users must comply with the library's [ Public Internet Access ] , and [ Wireless Internet Access ] policies.
Wireless access is available within the library building radius. Signal strength is dependent upon a variety of factors, and you may need to try a couple of locations to get an optimal signal. Once your wireless device is turned on and detects a signal, it will indicate that wireless networks are available. We strongly recommend that our patrons take measures to ensure the security of their Internet connections. Not all Wi-Fi networks are secure. It is the Userâ€™s responsibility to adopt security measures that are best suited to their site.
Please remember the User Name you entered as you will have to give this name to the attending librarian at the Circulation Desk in order to release the print job to the printer. All print data requests submitted through the library's Web printing provider "TBS" (Today's Business Solutions, Inc.) are transferred and encrypted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) communications. Print jobs will be available at the Circulation Desk.
Wireless printing is available for a nominal fee. Letter or legal size pages are 25 cents per page. Copies will print either in black & white or color as displayed on the screen. Payment must be made at the Circulation Desk. All print jobs not released or paid for will be deleted at the end of the next business day. NOTE: Wi-Fi Printer Hours: Tue-Fri 8:15 am to 5:45 pm and Sat 9:15 am to 12:45 pm.
Patrons are able to print virtually any document or web page from their Internet-connected PC using the library's printers. There are no print drivers or other software to install. To access this service, click on the Wi-Fi Printing Access logo located on bottom of page. To print, follow the on-screen instructions.
Any restriction or monitoring of a minorâ€™s access to the Wi-Fi Network is the sole responsibility of the Parent, Legal Guardian or Caretaker.