Behavior in the Library

The role of the KUST Library is to provide a comfortable and welcoming environment to all users. Mutual respect makes it possible for everyone to enjoy Library materials and services. We ask Library users to be respectful of   each other and behave in a manner that does not disrupt other library users or interfere with normal operation of the library.

Examples of disruptive behaviors include but are not limited to:

a)      Physical or other harassment.

b)      Using profane, obscene or abusive language, including racial, ethnic or other epithets.

c)       Creating unreasonable noise and engaging in boisterous activity.

d)      Using audible devices without headphones or using headphones set at a volume that disturbs others.

e)      Using any communication devices in a manner that disturbs others.

f)       Failure to comply with a reasonable staff request or failure to leave the Library during emergencies and at closing time

 

 Instructions for library user

a)      Students should return the books to the librarian or leave them on the reading tables after use.

b)      Tearing off   pages, the books marking in pencil or ink is a serious offense.

c)       After reading, newspapers should be folded properly and kept in the designated place.

d)      Students are not allowed to take cuttings from newspapers. One can photocopy the articles that are required.

e)      The borrower will be responsible for any damage or loss caused to the Library.

f)       Smoking in the Library and KUST building is strictly prohibited.