Libraries are a national information infrastructure which provide people with access and participation in the electronic arena. The Dorothy Alling Memorial Library (DAML) is pleased to offer its patrons access to Internet resources. The library supports and adheres to the principles of intellectual freedom. Electronic resources, including the computer and the Internet, are reference tools that supplement the books, periodicals, and reference collections. The Internet is an ever-changing and unregulated medium. The DAML does not monitor or have control over information accessed on the Internet. For this reason, the library requires patrons to abide by the rules and policies approved by the DAML Board of Trustees.