A sound proof computer room is available in the library. Computers have Microsoft Office applications and internet access. The computer room doubles as a meeting place where students working on group projects gather to complete assignments.
The Alice Statler Library, City College of San Francisco adheres to the same policy for computer use as the Rosenberg Library. Please be aware of our policies regarding vandalism, copyright enforcement, and internet use by reviewing the policy.
Other Computer Labs on Campus
Computer Use Policy
- Do not tamper with equipment, software, hardware and/or computer configurations. Leave stations as you found them. Copying your programs, data or documents to the hard disk is prohibited.
- Deleting files from the hard disk or changing configurations will result in suspension of library and computer privileges and/or disciplinary action.
- Any destruction of or change to the the set up of hardware or software is subject to disciplinary action by the college, including suspension restitution, and/or other action deemed appropriate by campus authorities.
Copyright Enforcement - U.S. Law
- Software is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under copyright laws, these items may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced or reduced to any electronic medium, in whole or part. Any attempt to violate or violation of copyright laws may result in disciplinary action or lawsuit by the college.
- Do not copy rograms to hard disks. Your privileges will be suspended and other college disciplinary actions will be taken if you violate copyright laws.
Internet Use Policy
- Accessing the Internet from a library workstation for any other purpose other than research and information retrieval is prohibited. Examples of prohibited computer use include:
- Chat Rooms
- Online Shopping, Stock
- Email is not permitted at the workstations near
the reference desk.
- File transferring (FTP) from any library workstation is prohibited.
All aspects of the CCSF Computer Usage Policy apply to Internet use in the Library.