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All Library computers are covered by the UAMS Computer Policy 7.2.11.
Library computers cannot be used for illegal or inappropriate activities or activities outside the scope of health and biomedical research, including:
Misrepresenting oneself on the Internet or engaging in fraud
Viewing, downloading, or disseminating pornography
Playing massively multi-player online (MMO) games
Violating copyright laws or licensing agreements
Hacking, altering, deleting, or damaging computer software, hardware, system network, programs or data.
Computer and Internet Use by UAMS Faculty, Staff, and Students
Priority is given to activities directly related to the university’s mission (e.g., completing course assignments or engaging in research) with use of the Library’s computing resources for academic pursuits taking precedence over non-academic or recreational use.
Visitor Computer Use
A limited number of computers with Internet access are reserved for the public seeking biomedical or healthcare information. Visitors are required to sign in before being logged into a computer. By signing in visitors acknowledge that they have read, understand, and agree to this policy.