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Building Use Policy
Building Use Policy
As a state-supported public institution, the University Library strives to make the materials in its collections as available as possible to the users in the community and state, while simultaneously fulfilling its primary obligation to the O6U.
The library building is open to the surrounding community and the public all the opening hours. Specific information about library hours is available by call .......
Patrons who refuse to leave the building when the library is closed are considered trespassers and will be reported to university security.
Quiet study areas are available in the Library. In these areas, audible cell phone should be switched off and conversation should be limited. Group study rooms are available on the ground floor of the Library. Group work and conversation are encouraged in the group study rooms.
If a patron or group isn't following the rules of the quiet study floor(s)/area(s) you may point it out to them. If you are not comfortable doing so, please go to a service desk to report it. Be sure to give a specific location and descriptive information about the person/persons involved.
With the exception of service animals, no animals are permitted in the library. Patrons bringing non-service animals into the library will be asked to leave.
Bicycles may not be brought into the library buildings. Bicycles may be parked outside the library buildings.
Smoking is not permitted in the library premises.
Destruction of Library Property
Destruction of furniture, books, magazines/periodicals, etc., are considered destruction of university property and all incidents of this nature will be reported to university security.
Cell Phone Use
Cell phone use is permitted in all outside the reading areas of the library. Patrons are expected to be respectful of other patrons while using their cell phones. If a patron isn't being respectful of others, you may point it out to them. If you are not comfortable doing so, please go to a service desk to report the problem. Be sure to give a specific location and descriptive information about the person/persons involved.
Because OPAC is a resource for all, it is important that users of the collections do not intentionally prevent others from accessing items in the collection. Items should be returned on time (due dates may be managed on-line, in person, or by phone: .....
Please do not keep items that are not checked out in study carrels or hidden within the shelves.
Violations of the latter policies may result in penalties (fines/fees) up to and including suspension of library privileges.
The following examples are intended to clarify the interpretation of unacceptable use of University Library computers.
Examples of unacceptable use
Any use that violates copyrights, patent protections, or license agreements. Specific examples of violations include unauthorized copying of software, downloading and using pirated software, systematically downloading or printing entire journal issues or volumes or large portions of electronic resources.
Attempts to gain unauthorized access to information systems or violate the privacy of others. Prohibited activities include running programs that attempt to calculate or guess passwords, or that are designed to trick other users into disclosing their passwords, or intercepting or monitoring network communications that are not intended for you.
Viewing material that violates local laws or regulations, including those regarding accessing, viewing, printing, and distributing child pornography.
Tampering with library computers, including attempting to install unauthorized software, disconnecting library computers, or connecting private computers to the library’s network lines.
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