How to behave in the Library

The Library rules of Charles University and the Loan library rules of the Law Faculty are the basic documents, which define relationship between the Library and users. These documents specify both rights and duties of both sides. The Library Rules of Charles University define specification of librarian-information services for Charles University in general. The Loan library rules of the Law Faculty define how to solve problems of organisation and operation only inside the Law Faculty Library. Both of these documents are binding for users.

 
Unwritten Rules about Considerateness to other Users

Be tactful to other users. You should avoid behaviour which disturbs other users.

  • Put the books on their places, when you don’t need them (don’t leave them on the desk). 
  • Don’t occupy more than one place. 
  • Don’t be noisy. Even noise from the entrance area disturb in study rooms. 
  • Don’t use mobile phones in the Library, turn off ringing. Make your phone calls outside the Library.
  • Don’t damage borrowed publications. 
  • When you leave the Library, it is necessary to empty the luggage locker and return the key at service.

Netiquette

Use Internet in the same way and respect the same rules as in the real life.

  • Respect ethic principles binding for the network users.
  • Be considerate of other network users.
  • Don’t hamper other network users. 
  • Don’t harm other people through the net.
  • Don’t bother other people with a spam.
  • Protect your password and don’t tell it to other persons.
  • Be tolerant of mistakes of other people.
  • Don’t use academical net for business purposes.

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