• Authors to discuss A.C. casino industry book
    Aug. 1 at Historical Museum

    Just One More HandStockton University professors Dr. Ellen Mutari and Dr. Deborah M. Figart will discuss their book, Just One More Hand: Life in the Casino Economy, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Atlantic City Historical Museum. The book explores life stories of individual Atlantic City casino workers in the context of the history of the city and the now-global gaming industry. Click here to read more.
  • Library starts local Hispanic history project

    Hispanic Heritage Month photoOn Cinco de Mayo – Tuesday, May 5 – the Atlantic City Free Public Library launched a project to collect the history of the Hispanic community in Atlantic City. Through this project, the library is looking to develop a collection of materials which future generations of students, writers and genealogists can use to script a community history. Click here to read more.
  • Need help with your reading or writing skills?

    Literacy VolunteersThe Atlantic City Free Public Library and Literacy Volunteers Association Cape-Atlantic are offering a basic adult literacy class for individuals who need help with their reading and writing skills. The class is for adults on a fifth grade reading level or lower. Click here to read more.
  • Atlantic City Historical Museum
    hosts crew from NJTV show

    Talking Miss AmericaAn NJTV show scheduled to debut this fall visited the Atlantic City Historical Museum on June 20 to film an episode focused on the city’s history. “Drive By History” show co-hosts Ken Magos and Cindy Perman interviewed Atlantic City Library and Atlantic City Historical Museum archivist Heather Perez about some of the moments, people and places that have helped define Atlantic City. Click here to read more.
  • Walk-in Job Skills Lab held at library

    job skillsThe Atlantic City Free Public Library offers free weekly Walk-in Job Skills Labs to library members who need help with job-related tasks. We’ll provide refresher tips for your job search. Click here to read more.

Atlantic City Free Public Library

Social Media Policy

 


The mission of the Atlantic City Free Public Library is to provide services, programs and activities to meet the diverse educational, informational, and recreational needs of the Atlantic City Community.  In order to reach out to all potential users, the Atlantic City Free Public Library maintains blogs as well as a presence in Social Networks including but not limited to; Facebook and Myspace.  Please also be aware of the Atlantic City Free Public Library’s Internet Use Policy.

Terms of Use

The Atlantic City Free Public Library maintains blogs as well as an online presence including on MySpace and Facebook. The Atlantic City Free Public Library MySpace/Facebook pages may be linked to other such pages, known as Friends pages, which are neither created nor maintained by the Atlantic City Free Public Library. The Atlantic City Free Public Library will review Friends requests from anyone. Friends’ pages should not violate the Atlantic City Free Public Library’s Internet Use Policy. The Library reserves the right to remove any Friend from its MySpace/Facebook page.

Disclaimer: The Library is not responsible for the content on these Friends pages. The Library does not endorse any information, opinions, services, graphics or advertisements available for viewing on MySpace/Facebook.

As with all Library resources, the Library affirms the right and responsibility of parents/guardians, NOT Library staff, to determine and monitor their minor children’s use of the internet. (Minors are defined in this policy as children and young people under the age of 18 years.) Parents are responsible for their minor children’s use of the Library’s resources and facilities. Parents who believe that their children cannot responsibly use the Library’s internet access, including access to Social Networks, are requested to monitor their children’s internet use.

Comment Moderation

All reader comments are reviewed prior to being published. Please post responsibly. Do not post comments that are off topic, defamatory, obscene, abusive, threatening or an invasion of privacy.  The following will be removed by Atlantic City Free Public Library editors: potentially libelous comments; obscene or racist comments; personal attacks, insults, or threatening language; plagiarized material; private, personal information published without consent; comments substantially unrelated to the topic of the forum; commercial promotions or spam; and hyperlinks to material that is not directly related to the discussion.  Participants will be encouraged to use their real names, but inoffensive screen names will be acceptable.

We encourage participants to use their real names, but inoffensive screen names are acceptable.

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