Borrow a Telus Smart Hub from the Library!
Through a generous donation from Telus, High River Library is able to offer you Internet service wherever you are. We now have two ZTE Smart Hubs (with data included) for loan.
How it works
The loan period for a Smart Hub is 2 weeks. You can reserve via our website using your TRACpac account or by calling the library at 403-652-2917. Your library account must be in good standing and you must be 16 or older. Only one Smart Hub can be checked out to a card at any time.
Picking Up and Returning the Smart Hub
All devices must be picked up at and returned to High River Library (909 1 St SW) during open hours. Please DO NOT use the outdoor drop box or you may be responsible for damage to the device.
The Library will remotely disable any Smart Hubs that are not returned by the due date.
Conditions of Use
Please note that when borrowing this device, you are agreeing to adhere to the High River Library’s Internet and Computer Use Policy including the following sections:
- Access to the library’s network and equipment is provided free of charge with no guarantees of performance, security, confidentiality, or availability. Use of the network and equipment is done at the patron’s own risk. Patrons are responsible for closing all applications and logging out when they are done using computers.
- Library computers, equipment and networks must not be used for any illegal, unauthorized, disruptive, threatening, harassing, or dangerous purpose. Internet users are subject to federal and provincial legislation regulating Internet use, including the provisions of the Criminal Code of Canada regarding obscenity, child pornography, sedition, the incitement of hatred, and the Canadian Copyright Act.
- Internet access at the library is not filtered. Patrons should be aware that the internet is an unregulated environment and information found there may not be accurate, complete, age appropriate, or current. Parents, guardians, or caregivers are responsible for guiding their child’s use of library computers and networks.
The library prohibits damaging or modifying the library’s equipment, software, or networks, or accessing confidential information.
Library staff are authorized to intervene when patrons fail to comply with the Internet and Computer Use Policy. This may result in the suspension of library privileges or exclusion from the library. Unlawful activities may result in prosecution.