No, this is not some bizarre form of censorship that the library is endorsing! Burning a CD means that you copy files and data to it in a similar way that you save to a floppy disk. And the library has two machines in the reference area with CD burners available for you to use. Just bring in a blank CD-R (this is a disk that you can copy files to only once and read them from any computer), or a CD-RW (this is a re-writable disk that you can erase and reuse) and you can transfer files from your old floppy disks, or create new documents and save them to a CD.
If you need assistance with the process, just give the library a call before you come in (828-3750) and ask for Laura.
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