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Technology Use Policy

Approved by Library Board:   April 25, 2018                     Revised:

Oregon Trail Library District provides technology to the public. The District makes this service available as part of its mission to enrich the community by providing access to the power of information and imagination. In keeping with its value of intellectual freedom, the District provides unfiltered Internet access on most of its networks, with the exception of the computers designated for children's use. 

Choosing and Evaluating Sources

While the Internet enhances resources the District already provides, the District cannot control information available over the Internet and is not responsible for its content. Internet content could be inaccurate, incomplete, outdated, offensive, disturbing, or illegal.  Users are encouraged to evaluate the validity of information. Staff may be able to assist with locating appropriate resources, basic Internet use, and use of technology, but trained staff may not always be available. User guides and reference books are available. 

Access by Minors

The District upholds the right of each individual to access constitutionally protected material, it also restricts use of the Internet to children over the age of 10 (ten) unless accompanied by an adult 18 or over. The District also affirms the right and responsibility of parents and legal guardians to determine and monitor their own children's use of library resources and the Internet. 

Rules Governing Use

Library technology and Internet access are provided to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs and interests of patrons. However, District prohibits the following:


                   Damaging, altering, or installing equipment, systems, or software;

                   We cannot and do not guarantee the speed of our services. We also cannot and do not guarantee uninterrupted services.

                   Displaying, printing, or sending any material that is obscene, libelous, defamatory, threatening, harassing, or otherwise illegal, as defined by relevant laws;

                   Deliberately downloading, installing, or creating any harmful programs.

                   Violating intellectual property laws or software licensing agreements.

                   Viewing material that could reasonably be considered pornography, as determined by District staff. 

In addition to violating this policy, many of the listed activities may violate local, state, or federal laws. 

In order to provide equitable access to technology, patrons may be asked to comply with signup and time limitations and other restrictions as deemed necessary by staff.


Because technology is located in public areas and the District serves people of all ages, what is displayed on screens is not confidential, and patrons should use discretion when choosing what to view.


Refusal to comply with these rules may result in loss of technology privileges, ejection from District property, or summoning of law enforcement, as determined by the Appropriate Library Use Policy.

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New Book List – May 2019




The Kremlin Strike – Dale Brown

Women Talking: A Novel – Miriam Toews

Under the Table: A Novel – Stephanie Evanovich

Roar – Cecelia Ahern

Little Faith: A Novel – Nickolas Butler

The Desert Rider a Western Duo – L. P. Holmes

A Season of Grace – Lauraine Snelling

Before and Again – Barbara Delinsky

Cottage by the Sea: A Novel – Debbie Macomber

At the Heart of Christmas – Jill Monroe

Once a Midwife – Patricia Harman

Season of Wonder – RaeAnn Thayne

Winter in Paradise: A Novel – Elin Hilderbrand

The Abolitionist's Daughter – Diane C. McPhail

Resistance Women: A Novel – Jennifer Chiaverini

The 18th Abduction – James Patterson

The Bride Test – Helen Hoang

Crown Jewel – Christopher Reich

Redemption Point – Candice Fox

Tomorrow's Bread – Anna Jean Mayhew

The City in the Middle of the Night – Charlie Jane Anders

Dig Your Own Grave: A Will Tanner U.S. Deputy Marshal Western – William W. Johnstone


Hoops hooray!: Creative Ideas for Embroidery Hoops & More – Ashley Millhouse

Feminist Cross-Stitch: 40 Bold & Fierce Patterns – Stephanie Rohr

Country Living Tiny Homes: Living Big in Small Spaces

Nanaville: Adventures in Grandparenting – Anna Quindlen

In Pieces – Sally Field

Christmas at Home: Holiday Decorating, Crafts, Recipes – Valerie Rains

Oregon Blue Book: Almanac & Fact Book

The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World – Melinda Gates

Rowan: 40 years, 40 Iconic Hand-Knit Designs

The Instant Pot® Holiday Cookbook: 100 Festive Recipes to Celebrate the Season – Heather Schlueter 


The Night Child – Anna Quinn

Ficción Española:

Lágrimas en el Mar – Ruta Sepetys

La Casa de la Belleza – Melba Escobar de Nogales

Española de no Ficción:                  

Los Doce Mexicanos Más Pobres: El Lado B de la Lista de Millonarios – Salvador Frausto

Sanar con la Fuerza de la Naturaleza: Un Médico en Defensa de la Naturopatía – Andreas Michalsen

Teologías Para Ateos: Refelxiones Sobre Dios, La Eternidad y El Alma – Armando Fuentes Aguirre

Uno Siempre Cambia al Amor de su Vida (por Otro Amor o por Otra Vida) – Amalia Andrade

Dios Nunca Parpadea: 50 Lecciones para las Pequeñas Vueltas que da la Vida – Regina Brett

La Estafa Maestra

El Fin del Dinero: Un Mundo sin Efectivo – David Wolman

Mima tu Cerebro: Cómo Cuidarlo para Vivir Mejor – Michel Cymes

¡Yo Soy tu Padre!: Cómo Llevar a tus Hijos al Lado Oscuro – Jorge Vesterra

Novela gráfica: 

Cosmonauta – Pep Brocal

El Corazón del Imperio – Bryan Talbot

Habla María: Una Novela Gráfica Sobre el Autismo – Bernardo Fernández

El Día 3 – Cristina Durán

Ether 1 La Muerte de la Última Llama Dorada – Matt Kindt

Curiosidades: Una Monografía, 2003-2018 = Curiosities: A Monography, 2003-2018 – Benjamin Lacombe

Kitaro Volumen 1 – Shigeru Mizuki

Kitaro Volumen 3 – Shigeru Mizuki

Predator Omnibus Volumen 1

Grandville 5 Fuerza Mayor – Bryan Talbot

¡Universo! - Monteys