- 1). Do computer research on the more than 70 computers available in the library.
- 2). Use a stand-up computer for quick searches. Use is limited to about 15 minutes.
- 3). Utilize a sit-down computer for up to one hour.
- 4). Find more computers one block away in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. These off-site computers have access to the library indexes and are recommended for beginners.
- 5). Check out up to five films or five books at a time. These are available for use in the library only.
- 6). Take advantage of the assistants available on each floor. They are there to help patrons learn how to search, but not to find the information for you.
- 7). Print out information from a computer for about 5 cents per page, and make photocopies for about the same price.
- 8). Get printouts of microfiche for 20 cents a page.
- 9). Download data onto your own disks or purchase disks from the library.