by the Director of the Scientific Information Centre and Academic Library
of 10th September 2012
Acting in accordance with the Rules of access to the collections in CINiBA (Addendum to Resolution No. 121 of the Senate of the University of Silesia of 13th March 2012) I hereby lay down the regulations concerning the users of CINiBA.
The Instruction becomes effective on the day of signing.
Prof. UŚ dr hab. Dariusz Pawelec
Director of the Scientific Information Centre
and the Academic Library
I. All users are required to:
- Leave their coats, briefcases , backpacks and bags larger than 40x30x15cm in the cloakroom. Readers of the Special Collection are required to leave their bags and briefcases in the cloakroom regardless of their size.
- Keep quiet at the CINiBA premises, excluding group work rooms.
- get familiar with the current information concerning the rules of using CINiBA collections and its services
- carefully handle the collections and equipment of the CINiBA and make sure, that their hands and clothes are clean.
- Make sure, that the materials being taken outside of the CINiBA are borrowable and if so, whether they have been charged to their account.
- Allow the security guards inspect the books taken outside or bags regardless of their size.
- Put their mobile phones or other electronic devices in silent mode, while on the CINiBA premises.
II. It is forbidden to:
- Behave in a way that could disturb other user, e.g. talk or turn up portable players loudly, move or hide books and magazines from other users.
- damage library materials while reading (e.g. underline the text with a pen, open the book in a way that might crack its spine etc.), as well as make photocopies in a way that could damage the book (e.g. open the book so that it might crack its spine).
- Bring food and drinks (excluding plastic water bottles with caps), smoke, drink alcohol or use drugs.
- Enter the CINiBA premises under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Leave user’s personal belongings unattended. CINiBA is not liable for loss/damage to personal property.