Acceptable Use Policy for Library Public Computers
Computers are made available to UCLA Library users for the purposes of research, instruction and public service.
The Library reserves the right to designate specific uses for individual computers. When there is high demand for using computers, time limits may be enforced; those not engaged in research or course-related activities may be asked to relinquish their computer to those needing use for research purposes.
In addition, our use policy lays out the activities for which our devices should and should not be used. The following examples are intended to clarify the interpretation of unacceptable use of UCLA Library computers.
Examples of unacceptable use include, but are not limited to:
Thank you for your cooperation and consideration.
The use of these computers is governed by both UC-wide and UCLA-specific policies, including: