Appropriate Use of Galter Library Computer Workstations
The Galter Health Sciences Library provides computer workstations to facilitate access to collections, information, and services in support of the teaching, learning and research missions of Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine; they are intended for non-commercial use or educational purposes only. Faculty, staff, students and residents currently affiliated with Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine have priority for workstation use.
Persons other than NU students, faculty and staff may use designated library computer workstations with temporary guest NetID logins issued at the Galter Health Sciences Library Circulation Desk. During periods of high demand, computer workstation access to non-Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine users may be further restricted.
All Galter Health Sciences Library users assume responsibility for using provided computer workstations in a manner in compliance with state and federal laws, as well as University policies outlined in Rights and Responsibilities for the Use of Central Network and Computing Resources at Northwestern University, Privacy Within the Northwestern Network, and the Galter Library Appropriate Use of Electronic Resources.
Persons who violate any of these policies may lose their privileges to use the Galter Health Sciences Library, may be subject to Northwestern University disciplinary actions, and/or be subject to criminal prosecution or other legal action, as appropriate.
Updated: October 10th, 2013 08:29