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The conference room is intended for faculty and staff use. Students are not allowed access unless they obtain special permission from Library staff.
The conference table seats seven people. The room is equipped with an Apple TV, DVD/Blu-ray player, laptop computer and conference call phone. Faculty and staff members may contact the Library by phone (816-654-7260) or email (email@example.com) to inquire about reserving or using the conference room.
Content below is from http://www.copyrightoncampus.com and is based upon the U.S. Copyright Office regulations and on the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976.
Special Copyright Provisions for Academia
The Copyright Act contains specific exceptions for the use of copyright-protected materials by academic institutions. These provisions include:
A faculty member may request a desk copy of a textbook from the Director of the Library (firstname.lastname@example.org). The textbook requested must be required for a course the faculty member is teaching and s/he must have already asked the campus bookstore to order copies for students to purchase.
Desk copy requests must include the following information:
The Library appreciates all donations of print and non-print materials, but reserves the right to refuse, accept, or discard gift materials as appropriate.
Conditions for acceptance include:
All donations become the property of the Library upon acceptance. The Library will provide a letter specifying the number and type of materials received, upon request. While these gifts qualify as tax-deductible, charitable donations, IRS regulations prohibit the Library from assigning a dollar value.
BorrowingStudents, staff and faculty may use the D'Angelo Library's interlibrary loan service to borrow materials from other institutions. There is no charge to borrow items through interlibrary loan.
To request an item through interlibrary loan, please:
LendingThe D’Angelo Library will lend materials to other libraries that participate in OCLC, Docline or other KCU lending consortia. The borrowing library is responsible for KCU materials and will be charged replacement fees if items are lost or damaged.
The D'Angelo Library collects work published by faculty, students and staff. Recent publications are displayed on a shelving unit and the digital monitor located on the first floor of the Library.Revised 11/05/2015
Photocopy: Photocopies cost five cents per page for students. There is no charge to scan pages and save them to a flash drive. The photocopy machine accepts nickels, dimes, quarters and one-dollar bills. The Library does not keep cash. The Library staff is not available to photocopy for students.
Staff and faculty members may request the copier bypass key at the Access Services Desk. Library associates will photocopy materials for faculty upon request.
WEPA: There are two WEPA printing stations located on the first floor of the D'Angelo Library.
The D'Angelo Library associates are responsible for the immediate and long-term care of the rich and in-depth print and non-print collections. The Library is committed to providing a comprehensive preservation program consistent with the mission of the Library as well as the Kansas City University.
The Director of the Library, the Digital Services/Reference Librarian and Access Services/Special Collections Coordinator are responsible for the policies, procedures and resources required to protect and prolong the life of the Library's collections. The active preservation program will conserve historical materials through the application of preventive and corrective measures, including: good housekeeping and pest control, proper lighting, control of relative humidity and temperature, collection security and digitization of archival collections.
Proper training will be given to any Library associate directly involved in any preservation activity.
The D'Angelo Library's five study rooms may be used by individual students or by small groups. Students must reserve a study room by signing up at the Access Services Desk. Each study room can be reserved for up to four hours. If a student reserves a study room and fails show up within the first 15 minutes of their allotted time, the room may be assigned to someone else. Tutors may reserve study rooms by phone (816-654-7260) or e-mail (email@example.com), up to a week in advance. Other students can reserve study rooms only for the current day.
Study rooms can seat up to eight people. Each room contains:
Telephones There are telephones available throughout the D'Angelo Library. All phones allow users to make local calls and calls to other KCU extensions. These phones cannot receive direct calls. Students are encouraged to be considerate of others by keeping their voices low and limiting their calls to five minutes.
Cell Phones The Library is intended to be a quiet place to read and study with little interruption. Please make sure cell phone ringers are turned down or off. Please step outside of the Library if you need to place or answer a call.
FaxThe fax machine located on the first floor is available for students to use without charge. It can be used for local as well as long distance business. Library staff members can assist in the use of the fax machine, but will not monitor incoming faxes. Library staff members will not fax materials for students except when the student fax machine is not working correctly. Revised 11/05/2015
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