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Policies

Borrowing Policy

1. The maximum number of books that can be borrowed :
- 10 volumes for undergraduate students
- 15 volumes for Master students
- 20 volumes for Ph.D. students
- 30 volumes for Faculty
- 10 volumes for staff
- 5 volumes for Alumni/Outsiders
The due date is shown on the slip in the back of each book.

2. The same borrower is allowed two renewals of borrowed materials if there are no other borrowers for the
same materials.

3. If a book one wishes to borrow is not on the shelf, the status of the item may be checked at the Circulation
Counter. Items already on loan may be reserved when returned, or recalled from the borrower who has the
item.

4. Overdue fines will be calculated from the date due to the date when the book is returned.

5. The responsibilities of the borrower of library materials are as follows :
- The borrower is responsible for any damage or loss that occurs to the borrowed materials from
the date of taking them out until the date of returning them to Library. Also, the borrower is to inspect
any damage to the materials before taking them out of the library.
- In case of damage to the borrowed materials, the borrower must pay the costs of repairing
the damage.
- In case of loss of borrowed materials, or loss of some pages in the materials, the borrower must
report and pay twice the costs of the materials.

6. Reference books, newspapers, journals & magazines, etc. are not allowed to be taken out of the library.

7. Circulation service cease15 minutes before closing time.


Computer Use Policy

Principles
1. Library computers and related equipments are to be used to access information resources for educational and research needs.
2. Users are expected to:
- Respect the rights of other users and all licensing and contractual agreements.
- Use equipment in a safe manner and should not damage equipment or facilities.

Priority for use
1.The AU faculty, students, staff and other current affiliated AU users have priority for accessing e-resources and using library computer equipments.
2. Outside users may be asked to relinquish computers to faculty, staff or students at any time.
3. Any user may be asked to show valid identification.
4. Some computers may provide access to unique and specific resources. Use of these resources takes priority over other activities on these computers. These machines may have special access rules that will be posted.

The AU Library may limit or refuse access to individuals or groups who fail to comply with these policies.

 
 

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