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Avery Point Campus Library Policies
Priority for use of computers is given to UConn students, faculty, and staff. Usage is primarily for course-related activities. Students accessing computers for recreational use may be asked to relinquish the computer. At times, the demand for library computer equipment exceeds availability. You are asked to be sensitive to the needs of others and limit equipment use during times of heavy demand.
The Library staff may take additional steps to regulate computer use.
Community and Public Users may be limited to 30 minutes during peak use and asked to relinquish the computer. We welcome the use of laptops and other personal computing devices in the Libraries. Users may connect personal equipment only to the wireless network. Users may not unplug any of Library´s equipment or cables for any reason.
The Avery Point Library endorses the Library Bill of Rights and the Freedom to Read statement of the American Library Association. Patrons must abide by the President´s Policy on Harassment that “forbids harassment that has the effect of interfering with an individual´s performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.” Displaying hate literature or pornography constitutes such harassment and will not be tolerated.
Under Connecticut law, library circulation records may not be divulged except by court order. This means we cannot tell anyone who has a particular item checked out. We will be glad to recall material from another patron if requested by a member of the University of Connecticut community, and these individuals also may request an InterLibrary Loan copy if our copy has been checked out.
Unauthorized removal, mutilation, defacement, or marking of library property, materials or equipment is prohibited. The intentional damaging of library materials is a misdemeanor punishable by law and will be reported to Security.
Water and other beverages are allowed if contained in a covered container, however beverages are not permitted near the computers. Patrons who fail to comply with library policy may be asked to leave. Please properly dispose of all trash in available recycling containers and promptly report any spills to the Front Desk.
Group Study and Collaboration Rooms
The library has a variety of study area options. Individual study carrels and large group tables are located on both floors of the library. Wireless internet access is available. Members of the community are able to use study rooms, however, priority will be given to UConn users for academic purposes. Commercial use of these spaces is not allowed.
Media:Scape room (has 46 inch screen Media:Scape table, glassed in room learning commons area)
Group Study room (has large conference type table, glassed in room back of library)
Two group study rooms
Media Viewing Station (has 46 inch screen, VCR and DVD players, laptop hook-up)
Individuals using group study rooms as large quiet study are asked to keep the doors open so others my use the space as well. Priority will be given to groups at the discretion of the Librarian.
Usage may be limited to two hours. Rooms left unattended with personal belongings may be referred to Security. Food and noise policies must be followed in group study areas. If the room has been reserved, priority will be given those with a reservation.
•RESERVE a ROOM Sign-up is required at the Front Desk in order to reserve any room.
Two hour blocks of time available.
Individuals may use group study rooms, however, priority will be given to groups at the discretion of the Librarian.
UConn faculty and staff may reserve study rooms by contacting the Librarian.
Wireless access for personal laptops is available throughout the Avery Point campus to UConn students, faculty and staff by using their NetID. Public users who require internet access from their personal laptops need to sign up at UConn-Guest and will need to present a picture ID to a full time staff member. Laptop and notebook computers may not be plugged into or attached to any library computing or printing hardware.
The Library has no facilities for secure storage of personal property and assumes no responsibility for personal property lost or stolen on library premises. Never leave personal property unattended in the Library.
All patrons should respect the rights of others by keeping noise levels as low as possible. This policy applies to all open areas of the Library. If you must have a lengthy conversation, please reserve a group study room, or go to the areas outside the Library entrance. The University of Connecticut Libraries is committed to providing an environment that is conducive to study as well as welcoming to all users. Please be considerate of those studying around you.
When you enter the Library, turn off your cell phone ringer. Group Study rooms are available, but noise restrictions need to be followed there as well in order to respect the general atmosphere of the library. If you need to use your cell phone, step outside the library to do so.
Please report any violations of the noise policy to a library staff member. We thank you for your cooperation in making the University of Connecticut Libraries a better place to study and conduct research.
Computer stations and equipment are intended to support academic research by UConn students, faculty, staff, and authorized visitors. UConn is contractually bound to limit access to databases and e-resources to current UConn students, faculty, and staff.. Regional Campus Libraries are authorized to restrict public use of computers in support of academic needs. Wireless access is available to visitors with a valid ID. The Library adheres to Connecticut Code – Sec. 53-21a with regard to unsupervised children. Public users are able to avail themselves of the seating area on the first floor. The library staff will gladly address questions about the collection and retrieve items in the stack areas.
The library uses a Husky One Card for Printing.
The Avery Point Library offers:
B&W printing $.10 cents per page
COLOR PRINTING $.35 cents per page
Photocopying is $.10 cents per page
Scanning is available free of charge.
Husky One Card Your Husky One Card photo can be taken in the Library. It is the University ID, library card, and where HuskyBucks can be added. When you receive your Husky One Card, add money to your card. Options for adding funds are available online at HuskyBucks.
Visitors/Guests at this time we do not accept cash or credit card or accept the library copy card once purchasable at the University bookstore and used by visitors for printing and photocopying. We recommend saving your work to a flash drive or to your email as an attachment.
Wireless Printing available from personal laptops and other mobile devices throughout the Avery Point campus to UConn Students, Faculty and Staff by using their NetID on the UConn-Secure Network. Set up your HuskyPrint (wireless printing) at the library today!
Please adhere to Copyright laws.
Problems and repair requests should be promptly reported to the Front Desk. Suggestions and comments are welcomed. Patrons also may speak with staff at the Front Desk or contact the Librarian.
Patrons are asked not reshelve materials after use. Books left on carrels and tables are routinely shelved by library staff.
Reference Librarians are available to assist students and faculty in research. Librarians will also assist you with the use of library databases, Interlibrary Services, locating materials, and resolving issues related to overdue materials and fines. Ask a Librarian Live lets you ask questions and get answers in real time, from the staff at the University Library.
The library provides access to a height adjustable table and a visually enhanced terminal for reading print resources.
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Last updated February 7, 2017