Info Stations and Databases


"O" logo used by Opera Software as t...

“O” logo used by Opera Software as the browser logo. Since a single letter cannot be copyrighted, this image is in the public domain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

IT started using Opera on the Info Stations a couple of months ago to prevent patrons from accessing the Internet but still allowing them to access the Library’s databases. It works with most of our databases with the exception of two – Press Display and Antiques P4.  These databases websites have not kept up with the technology. In order to work with Opera, they need to re-do their websites. At this time we are not sure they will. Antiques P4 has indicated they will but no time frame has been given.  Any patrons wishing to use these two databases will need to reserve a computer in your computer lab.

 

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