有关悉尼大学的图书馆借书规则 1 (可用于G类阅读)
Library Resources generally
Conditions of use
(1) Libraries and Library Resources are provided:
(a) primarily for staff and students of the University, who have priorityof access and use at all times;
(b) to facilitate and assist the educational and research activities of theUniversity and its staff and students.
However, the Librarian may determine from time to time who else may useLibrary Resources and under what conditions.
(2) All Users:
(a) Should be able to work in a Library without unnecessary or unreasonabledisturbance or distraction;
(b) Must not do any thing that unreasonably:
(i) Impedes other Users or Library Staff through noisy, annoying, dangerousor otherwise disruptive behaviour;
(ii) Restricts or limits other Users or Library Staff from having access toor using Library Resources;
(iii) Diverts Library Staff from carrying out their normal duties.
(c) Must, if and when directed by Library Staff to do so:
(i) produce their Library Card or other form of identification;
(ii) make any bag, receptacle or folder brought into a Library availablefor inspection.
(d) Must not bring any animal into a Library - except a guide dog, hearingassistance dog or other animal trained to alleviate the effect of a disabilityas defined in section 9 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth);
(e) Must not damage or destroy any Library property;
(f) Comply with all notices or signs in a Library or on the Library'swebsite from time to time, including those about:
(i) Use, borrowing or reservation of Library Resources;
(ii) Payment of fees, charges and fines;
(iii) Opening and closing times;
(iv) Copyright (especially in relation to photocopying) and other laws,such as data protection and privacy
(v) Use of mobile phones and other electronic devices;
(vi) Eating or drinking in or around a Library;
(vii) Occupational health and safety (including smoking and emergencyevacuation procedures).
(g) Are expected to make reasonable attempts to familiarise themselves withand must, in any case, comply with:
(i) Laws relating to use of internet and other on-line or networkedresources, including copyright and other intellectual property rights,defamation, pornography and data protection;
(ii) This Rule and any other conditions imposed by the University aboutaccess to or use of Library Resources;
(h) Must not use any Library Resources for:
(i) any commercial use; or
(ii) in a way which interferes or is inconsistent with the educational andresearch activities of the University.