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(931) 484-6790 Library
(931) 456-2006 Archives
(931) 484-2350 Public Fax
(931) 707-8956 Business Fax
Art Circle Public Library
3 East Street
Crossville, TN 38555
$1.00 for the first page [cover page, required] and 50 cents for each additional page.
25 cents for each page received.
To receive faxes at the Art Circle Public Library
Faxes should be send to (931) 484-2350.
Received Faxes are located at the Adult Services Desk on the second floor.
Received Faxes should have a cover sheet identifying who it is for.
Received Faxes will be kept no longer than 5 business days.
There is a coin-operated copy machine located on the second floor for the public to use. Copy charges are 10 cents per page for regular [8 1/2 x 11] and legal [8 1/2 x 14] pages.
There is also a copy machine located at the Adult Services Desk located on the second floor. Staff will make copies for you at a charge of 10 cents per page for regular [8 1/2 x 11] and legal [8 1/2 x 14] pages.
To fulfill its mission of providing public access to information of all types in a wide variety of formats, the Art Circle Public Library provides access to Internet resources through 22 public Internet computers located on 2 floors. These computer also have Microsoft Word, Publisher and Excel for patrons to use.
To use the public Internet computers on the first floor
Check in and obtain an PIN access code at the Circulation Desk or the Information Desk. Your photo ID or Library Card is required.
Computers may be used for a one-hour time limit.
If you need to print or think you need a longer period of time for take a test or apply for a job, we recommend you use a computer on the second floor.
To use the public Internet computers on the second floor
Check in and obtain a PIN access code at the Adult Services Desk. Your photo ID or Library Card is required.
Computers may be used for a one-hour time limit. A one-hour extension may be granted by letting the attendant know that you are taking a test or applying for a job.
The printer is located at the Adult Services Desk. Printing is 10 cents per page and may only be released by the librarian at the Adult Services Desk.
General Computer Use Rules
The library has in place web content filter protection measures on publicly accessible and staff computers with Internet access that protects against access to visual depictions that are pornographic, harmful to minors or obscene.
No food or drink is allowed near public access computers.
Cell phone use without prior permission is discouraged.
You must bring your own headphones or ear-buds to use the sound.
Keep taking at public computers to a minimum.
If you need assistance, let staff know.
Throw used tickets in trash.
Patrons who own portable computer devices with wireless capability may use their own software in the library. Library Staff and volunteers cannot provide individual instruction or advice on how to configure your device to utilize the library's wireless access.
Wireless capable devices should conform to the 802.11b, 802.11g or 802.11n standard.
Wireless capable devices should be set to automatically obtain an IP address (DHCP, bootP, etc.)
If signal strength is not good, patrons should move about the library to locate a stronger or better quality signal.
Some wireless capable devices have a physical switch which must be turned on in order to connect to wireless networks.
How to get connected
Select our wireless access point ACPL Public on the 1st or 2nd floor of the library and click "connect".
By using wireless technology, it is possible for personal information to be compromised while being transmitted. The Art Circle Public Library will not accept responsibility for any loss or damages and as such, encourages its patrons to utilize secure services when accessing resources in a wireless environment.