Appropriate Use Policies for Computers in College and University Libraries
"CLIP #31 is the latest publication in ACRL's popular CLIP Note series. Survey responses from 135 college and small university libraries have been compiled, analyzed, and summarized to reveal not only the commonalities, but also the variety in appropriate use policies (AUP) and in the processes used to create them. This volume includes 27 library-specific AUPs and 26 institutional policies. Respondents generously authorized the inclusion of their library or institutional documents, allowing the reader to fully appreciate the style, tone, and format as well as the content of policies from public and private institutions from all parts of the country. An added and useful resource is a list of URLs provided by respondents with library and institutional policies, effectively increasing the number of sample policies available for review. Any college or university revising or creating its policies on appropriate use of computers will find in this CLIP Note a wealth of practical information. -- Abstract from Worldcat
College Library Information Packet Committee, College Libraries Section, Association of College and Research Libraries
Junker, Karen and Tuten, Jane H., "Appropriate Use Policies for Computers in College and University Libraries" (2002). Fisher Bookshelf. 31.