New library code of conduct

Surfing for porn will still be inappropriate under the library’s new code of conduct.

The Library Committee of the General Faculties Council approved the document on Feb. 11, and the Students’ Academic Assembly voted in favor of it on Mon., Feb. 24.

“It’s a conglomeration of existing rules,” said student representative Chris Blaschuk. “It sets up expectations of students going to the library and gives staff expectations.”

Specifically prohibited activities include concealment, mutilation or theft of library materials; harassing, violent, threatening or unlawful behavior; and modifying settings on library workstations.

The policy threatens that “The above activities may result in non-academic misconduct, as per the University of Calgary calendar, at the discretion of the Director, Information Resources.”

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