LIBRARY COMPUTER POLICY
- Computers are only for educational and research purposes appropriate in a public space.
- Parents must monitor and supervise their children's use of the Internet. To ensure their safety, unattended children under sixteen years of age in the library will be turned over to campus police.
- Activities creating a hostile academic/employment environment for other students, faculty, staff and community members are not permitted. Campus police will remove offenders.
- GSU students working on course assignments and research have priority use of computers.
- Software is provided for the convenience of users who can work independently.
Library staff members will not provide individual assistance with software applications.
- No games are permitted on library computers.
- Neither eating nor drinking is permitted at library computer workstations.
- Computers may be monitored by library staff for appropriate use.
- Library users of any age may access federal and state depository library materials in any format.
- Hard drives on computers are reset daily; work stored there will be lost. Users are responsible for saving their files.
- The library is not responsible for corrupt or lost files.
Revised May 4, 2009