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Do I have to join the library in order to use the internet?
Yes, it is FREE to join. Printing cost 20c per sheet for black/ white  and 50c for colour.

How long is a session and how much does it cost?
Sessions start on the hour for 50mins. Children’s Internet access is FREE.

Can I book sessions in advance? & What happens if I am late for my session?
Yes and we will keep your session for you for up to 15 minutes.

Which computers can I use?
Children in of Pre-school and Primary school age can use the Children’s Computers.
Secondary School Students can use Adult PCs and Young Adult PCs ( where available) . Parental approval is needed for under 15s (see Children’s Membership form).
Adults can only use adult PCs.

Can I use my own USB key  / Memory Stick?
Yes, you can, but at your own risk.

What happens if I can’t access the sites I want?
Tipperary County Council are not responsible if you cannot access the particular sites or e-mail that you seek.  We do NOT give refunds unless the computer is not working.

Are all internet sites available on Tipperary County Council Library Service computers?
Tipperary County Council Library Service are not responsible for any information you find on the internet. You use the information at your own risk. All our computers have filtering software installed to stop users viewing offensive sites. Tipperary County Council Library Service will not let you use the internet or e-mail again if you view material that may be offensive to other library users or if you try to damage the system. Internet users are not permitted to sell or reproduce in any format material printed from the internet.

How can I stay safe while using the internet?
Always remember that people you meet online may not always be what they seem.  Adults can pretend to be children with similar interests to you.  Here are some easy ways to stay safe while using the internet:

  • NEVER give personal details such as name, address, telephone number, school name or location, parents’ names or any other identifying information to someone you meet online.
  • If anyone asks you for personal information, or if you feel uncomfortable in any way when online, log off immediately.
  • Do not respond to any messages which are scary, threatening or rude.
  • NEVER arrange to meet anyone that you met online without a parent’s permission and supervision.
  • Do not open e-mail from unknown sources.
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