The Library at the University of Hawaii Windward Community College
|Computer and Audiovisual Equipment Use Policy|
The Windward Community College Library develops collections, resources, and services that meet the educational, instructional, and research needs of the College community. To further meet these needs, the Library provides computer and audiovisual equipment for the purpose of accessing electronic information resources and using audiovisual media. The Computer and Audiovisual Equipment Use Policy is part of the Library's overall policy structure and should be interpreted in conjunction with other existing policies and procedures.
WCC Library computers and audiovisual equipment are to be used only for educational, instructional and research purposes. Users must respect the rights of other users and abide by all University and Library policy, licensing, and contractual agreements. Users must not use equipment in an unsafe or harmful manner and should not damage equipment and facilities.
Users must comply with the University of Hawaii Policy on the Use and Management of Information Technology Resources.
The following is considered unauthorized computer use and is prohibited:
It is also University policy that:
Windward Community College students, faculty, and staff have priority for accessing electronic resources and using library computer and audiovisual equipment. WCC affiliated users may be asked to limit their use of the equipment if others are waiting. Non-affiliated users may be asked to relinquish the equipment to WCC students, faculty, or staff at any time. Any user may be asked to show a valid WCC or University of Hawaii library card or identification.
Some Library computers are designated for specific purposes and users may be asked to relinquish these computers. All Library computers require authentication of WCC affiliation in order to be used.
Printing from Library computers is available on a fee-per-page basis.
It is the policy of the College to deny access to any member of the user community who violates this policy or who uses the College's technology resources to violate other duly established policies or laws.
Updated By Tara Severns