Chapter 8: Central Court Libraries
All computers and printers in staff, court personnel, and computer research areas must
be connected to the court's local area network (LAN).
Computers with communications capabilities must be available to both library staff
and patrons (i.e., law clerks, staff attorneys, and others) for accessing on-line
information services and CD-ROMs. Computers available to the public must not be
CALR areas must be connected to legal databases through modems or the LAN.
Library staff can also use interior networked computers to access CALR, the
Integrated Library System, and other circuit applications. Sometimes a CALR training
center, with multiple computers in one room, is located within the library.