Alliance Public Library received 5 new computers through the Library Broadband Builds Nebraska Communities project. The computers are installed and ready for use to access court records, find health information, take advantage of educational opportunities, hunt for jobs, explore small business options, etc.
The public access computers are a valued addition to our community, and Alliance Public Library provides free access to the Internet along with training for many levels of users. On August 15, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., a training session on using online legal resources will be offered in the library.
The Nebraska Supreme Court Website (www.supremecourt.ne.gov/self-help) contains a wealth of information. From this Website individuals can check on court schedules, pay tickets and do online court case searches. People can also obtain free access to legal information, including instructions and forms for legal matters such as small claims, name changes, power of attorney, requests for adoption records, protection orders, custody or divorce, and court appeals.
Join us and our partners, Janet Bancroft and Debora Brownyard of the Office of the Administrator of the Nebraska Supreme Court and Mary Jo Ryan of the Nebraska Library Commission, in this free learning event on August 15, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.