Rasmuson Library provides both public and UAF student-use computers, which are located on floors 2-6.
Rasmuson Library public computers are intended for research and educational purposes. Online catalogs, article databases, full-text resources, and scholarly websites are available to all library users on all non-library-staff computers in the library, without need for a password. Access to the open Internet* is available to UAF students, UAF faculty, and UAF and UA Statewide staff via their passwords on all non- library-staff computers, and to the general public on a limited number of designated non-login computers on Level 4. The following guidelines apply to use of all student and public use computers at the library.
Use of library computers is subject to applicable UA, UAF and Rasmuson Library policies. Failure to comply with these policies may result in the loss of Rasmuson Library privileges and access to library computers, as well as university disciplinary action and/or legal action. See also UA Board of Regents Information Resources Policy; UA: Acceptable Use of Online Resources; and Copyright for Libraries: Fair Use.
*The Internet, a global electronic network with highly diverse content, is one resource available through the Rasmuson Library. The library does not monitor and has no control over information accessed through the Internet and cannot be held responsible for its content. Not all information posted on the Internet is accurate, current, or complete. Comments on the contents of any webpage should be directed to the author(s) of the webpage in question.
Questions about this policy should be directed to Karen Jensen, Director of Libraries (email email@example.com, phone 907-474-6695).
Reviewed by General Counsel, 12/14/2016