Q. Public Computer Use
Answered By: Mary Grant Last Updated: Oct 28, 2019 Views: 18
Public computers in the library are determined to be any computer in a public area (with some exceptions) that are available for use by individuals in the library.
As per the University’s policy on Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources and Information, computer workstations are intended to facilitate teaching, learning, research and communication including accessing the library’s print and digital resources, other online research resources, and other tools supporting academic activities. Consideration and respect for others is expected regarding the display of materials on workstations that may offend individuals in the surrounding area and that would not comply with any University policy, procedure or any law.