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Ottenheimer Library User Policies - 703.5

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Policy Name: Ottenheimer Library User Policies
Policy Number: 703.5
Effective Date: June 10, 2010
 

Policy:

I. Library User Privileges

Current UALR faculty, staff and students are eligible for library privileges during the periods when they are affiliated with the University. Privileges include circulation of library materials, on-campus and remote access to library databases, and document delivery services, e.g., interlibrary loan and article delivery.

UALR students not enrolled for summer classes but preregistered for fall semester are eligible for full library privileges during the summer. UALR students not enrolled in courses but working on their dissertation/thesis, finishing an incomplete course, or doing research with a UALR faculty member may be granted continuation of library privileges with the approval of a current UALR faculty member.

Members of the community (at least 16 years of age) who are not currently affiliated with UALR may apply for limited library privileges. These privileges include circulation of library materials, computer and Internet access on designated computers, and in-library access to library databases. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied at all times by an adult or caregiver who is 18 years of age or older.

II. Library User Responsibilities

Library users are responsible for returning library materials at the conclusion of the loan periods as specified by Ottenheimer Library. Users are not charged overdue fees for the late return of Ottenheimer Library materials, but are charged a daily overdue fee for the late return of for materials borrowed through InterLibrary Loan.

Library users are responsible for all charges related to the loss or damage of any and all library materials. Charges include the material costs and a processing fee.

III. Library User Confidentiality

In compliance with Arkansas Code 13-2-703, personal details of library patrons associated with library accounts are confidential and subject to disclosure only as allowed by Arkansas Code.



Source: Ottenheimer Library Web site
Revised: June 10, 2010
Approved By: Wanda Dole, Dean of Ottenheimer Library
Custodian: Wanda Dole, Dean of Ottenheimer Library

Updated 11.29.2012