Appropriate Use of Computer Workstations
Students and the general public should be aware of CCC's Responsible_Computer_Use_Policy ( pages 78-84)
Students, faculty and public are expected to use computing resources for educational and library research purposes only. The following rules also apply when using Library computer workstations:
- Library research has priority over other uses. During days of maximum computer usage, non-researchers will be referred to campus computer labs.
- Use of any social networking website (Facebook, MySpace, etc) is not permitted.
- The public may use the Library computers, but priority is given to students, faculty, and staff.
- Moving, repairing, reconfiguring, modifying, or attaching external devices other than storage devices (e.g., flash drives) is not permitted.
- Downloading copyrighted music, movies or any other media is not permitted.
- Headphones must be used when listening to any audio, video or multimedia.
- Only assistance animals are permitted in the Library.
Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices
- Talking on a cell phone is not permitted while inside the Library. Cell phones must be turned off, set to vibrate or set to silent.
- Children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the Library.
The following behavior is not permitted while in the Library:
- Buying or selling goods or services, or soliciting donations of any kind.
- Excessive noise.
- Using sound-generating devices, with or without headphones, at an audible level.
- Inappropriate or disruptive behavior, including fighting, threatening, intimidating, or abusing library staff, faculty or patrons with words or actions.
- Overt signs of substance abuse, including drunkenness.
- Entering areas marked “Staff Only”.
- Posing a sanitary or health risk to others, including offensive hygiene.
Food and Drink Policy
- Eating and drinking is not permitted in the Library. All food and drink must be put away upon entering the Library.
- Personal belongings and property should not be left unattended. The Library is not responsible for any lost or stolen property.
Library Policies for Community Members
Anyone of the age of 16 and up
can use the following services of the Library as long as
the following policies are observed: but must
follow the library behavior policy:
- Computers- community members may use the computers in the Library and the PC Lab in V-110. In the
Library priority is given
to students, faculty, and staff. Community
members must also follow the CCC Responsible Computer
and printing – All community members can print and photocopy according to the
copying and printing procedures, hours
and current copyright
materials – Community members can view Library materials for reference and copying purposes ( circulation and reference books). Community members, do not have borrowing
privileges (cannot check out any Library
Kennedy-King College Library has a large collection to help answer factual questions on the spot. Reference books include encyclopedias, dictionaries, statistics, atlases, and critical and informational resources in many subjects. The librarian on duty at the Reference Desk is available to help you find the appropriate reference book to help answer your question(s). The Library also has online, or electronic, reference sources that the librarian can assist you with.
Circulating books (indicated by "Stacks" in the Online Catalog) may be checked out by the staff at the Circulation Desk by presenting a current student ID. You may check out five books at once. The loan period is two weeks; books may be renewed before the due date, one time for an additional two weeks. When the Library is open, books can be returned to staff at the Circulation Desk.
Reserve Materials (indicated by "Reserve" in the Online Catalog) may be requested at the Reserves Desk located on the 2nd floor. Some materials may be checked out for two hours, some for three days, and some for seven days. Certain 2-hour reserve books cannot leave the library. Professors may place books on Reserve for their classes, or Librarians place heavily used books on Reserve.
Renew books and materials in person or by phone. Books and materials can be renewed one time if renewed before the date due. Call the Circulation Desk at (773) 602-5449 to renew by phone, and have your student ID ready.
Make B+W copies at machines downstairs and upstairs. Upstairs also has a color copier. The charge is 10 cents per page for B+W. 15 cents per page for Color. Copy cards are available to all current students at both the Reference and Circulation Desks. Copy cards are not required to make copies. The copy machine only accepts dollar bills and coins (no pennies). Copy cards are only used for the photo copier and are available for free at the Reference Desk and the Circulation Desk. Copy cards are used to load money onto them. Money is loaded at the copy card machine located next to the copiers. Notice: The
copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of
photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using
this equipment is liable for any infringement.)
For more informaton, please go to this site: http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107
Print cards are only for Printing and must be purchased at various print card kiosks around campus. There is a kiosk available in the library to the left of the front door when entering the library. At least $1.00 is needed to acquire a print card in which the card comes preloaded with $ .50. Print cards are required when printing.
There are two designated print-only computers located in front of the circulation desk for students who need to only print.
Scanning, Faxing, and Color Printing
You can scan
on the color copier (library’s second floor) and save the scanned document to
your USB. The Library does not have a fax machine or a color printer.
CCC students, faculty or
staff who have a current CCC ID can check out headphones
for 2 hours. Library policy for community members is the same as all other
circulating materials: the policy allows browsing the collections but not
for the hearing or vision impaired
has accommodation software installed for students with hearing, vision, or other
disability. The computer designated for those with the impairments is located in room X-104, and
it has JAWS and MAGic (enlarges text) software. The software is ADA approved. You
must go to the Circulation Desk (front desk) and ask to be logged on to the
has 3 study rooms (X-102, X-103, and X-104) that students can check out. However,
room X-104 is the designated room for our computer for the vison and hearing
impaired. If you are in X-104 (regardless if you have a reservation), and
someone needs to use the computer, then you will be asked to leave. Students
can reserve a study room in advance. You can reserve the room up to months in
advance as long as it is within the semester. Also, if the room is available, a
group can ask to use the room without making a reservation. There must be at
least two people to reserve the room, and up to 8 people can be in the room at
once. The group using one of the study rooms is promised 1 hour occupation time.
However, if no-one else wants to use the room that is occupied, then the group can
stay as long as needed (please click here
for study room hours). To reserve or
use one of the study rooms, you must go to the Circulation Desk and sign in. Lastly,
no food or drinks in the study rooms.