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Regulations for using the Fiction loan desk

  1. The following categories of readers can use the Fiction loan desk:

    1. MUT employees,
    2. Students, PhD students,
    3. Others following registration in the library,
    4. Others registered in the Warsaw Reciprocal Borrowing Programme.

  2. Each user in the Fiction loan desk has a library account. Personal data of users collected in the System is protected pursuant to the Act on Protection of Personal Data of 29 August 1997. Users shall update their personal data, including their required contact details, on an on-going basis.

  3. The following users may borrow:

    1. Students and PhD students – 5 books for 30 days,
    2. MUT employees – 5 books for 30 days,
    3. Others – 3 books for 30 days after paying the deposit.

  4. There is open access to books in the Fiction loan desk.

  5. Loans of items can be renewed after logging in to your library account or in person at the Fiction loan desk. Items recalled by another user cannot be renewed.

  6. Failure to meet the due date entails the fee specified in the Fees regulations (see: Fees »)

  7. In case of losing or destroying the lent materials the user is obliged to compensate items either by:

    1. replacing the item with a copy of the same item
    2. paying the equivalent for the lost or damage material.
  8. Users changing library status from student to PhD student or MUT employee are asked to close their library account and get a new one with the new user status.

  9. Inactive library account is abolish after 10 years.

Last modified on Tuesday, 31 July 2018 19:27
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