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8.1 Any person who damages or defaces any item of University property in the custody of the Library shall be required to pay the cost of repair or replacement plus, if the item is Library material or Library equipment, a processing charge to be determined by the Manager.
8.2 An atmosphere of quiet must be maintained in areas designated by the Library for independent study and research
8.2.1 Any person whose behaviour conflicts with the quiet atmosphere of the Library may be directed by Library staff to leave the area.
8.3 Discussion is permitted in areas designated for group work.
8.4 Mobile or cell phones are permitted in designated areas where use will have minimal impact on other users
8.4.1 Mobile or cell phone users must comply with instructions given to them by Library staff and may be requested to take calls in other areas or outside the Library
8.5 Any behaviour likely to interfere with the comfort or convenience of other persons within the Library is not permitted.
8.6 Other than those areas so designated by the Manager, no eating or drinking is permitted in the Library and student computing areas
8.7 Smoking is not permitted in any University building, including the Library.
8.8 Any person carrying Library materials, Library equipment, folders or containers or other property out of the Library may be required to submit them for inspection on leaving.
8.9 No poster or notice may be displayed in the Library without the prior permission of the Manager.
8.10 Within the Library, users will identify themselves and offer proof of identity if required to do so by the Manager.
8.11 Any person failing to comply with a direction given by a member of Library staff in accordance with these Rules for General Conduct may be reported to the Manager, who may:
8.11.1 reprimand the person;
8.11.2 impose upon the person a charge equal to the Manager's estimate of the damage, if any, caused by a breach of these regulations;
8.11.3 in writing exclude the person from the whole or such part of the Library and its facilities for such a period not exceeding thirty days as the Manager shall think fit; and/or
8.11.4 refer the matter to the Vice-Chancellor.
8.12 Notification of the decision under section 8.10.3 will be deemed to have been received by the Library user three days after posting, by ordinary mail, to the latest address registered with the University.
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