Published on October 10, 2009
Choosing Your Next Book
Baldwin Public Library
Choosing Your Next Book Your Instructor:Kathryn Bergeron Adult Services Librarian 248/554-4650 Kathryn.Bergeron@baldwinlib.org
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Acceptable Use Policy
Obey all laws regarding copyright
No obscene/harmful to minors material
No damage to equipment or network
No personal software
No illegal activities
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