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The EADA Documentation Centre is in contact with other Libraries and Centres of similar characteristics with the aim of exchanging experiences, taking part in joint projects and promoting the development of new tools and products which will improve its services.
Know the policy of the CdD about this topics:
The Documentation Centre offers its services to all the members of the EADA Community. To enter the Documentation Centre users must show their EADA card that certifies that they are members. The members of EADA Community are:
- Participants on all EADA programmes
- EADA faculty and researchers
- EADA’s service and administrative staff
- EADA Alumni Members
- Former participants
The Documentation Centre is a space for individual work and silence must be kept. If you want to work in groups go to floor -1 which has been specifically set aside for this purpose.
The use of mobile phones inside the Documentation Centre is strictly prohibited.
- The EADA project collection is available to users of the DC for consultation. Projects on paper format cannot be taken out on loan but you can access the electronic format of the projects using the catalogue in the Virtual Campus and the Intranet. Please, make a responsible and ethic use of them.
- The projects in paper format can be used in the CdD, and the digital format can be checked through the Virtual Campus, using the catalogue.
- The documents that make up the Documentation Centre’s collection must be properly handled in order to ensure their conservation. In the event that one or more documents are damaged they will be replaced and the ensuing costs will be charged to the person responsible for the damage.
- Intentional misplacement or removal of a book from the library is considered a serious misdemeanour and the person will automatically forfeit their right to enter the Documentation Centre.
- Consulted volumes must be deposited on the book tray or left on the tables. Under no circumstances must they be put back on the shelves
Copyrights and information resources
Users of the Documentation Centre must respect the copyrights of works that are available via EADA Virtual Campus. Documents under copyright cannot be modified, adapted, manipulated, transformed, translated, nor can works be derived from them without the express permission of the author/s. EADA reserves the right to refuse access to the Documentation centre to users who infringe the copyrights of information resources.
Information resources licenses
The information resources provided by the Documentation Centre are governed by licenses agreed upon between EADA and the information providers, which stipulate that they are for academic use only and that any use for commercial purposes or for professional activities other than the School’s activities, is strictly prohibited. Generally speaking, according to the licenses for electronic resources provided by the Documentation Centre, users may not:
- Allow unauthorised users to access the information resources
- Modify or create works derived from the resources without the permission of the copyright holder of the materials
- Delete, hide or modify any resources protected by copyright
- Use resources under copyright for commercial purposes
- Download information resources on mass from the platforms which provide access to them
Access to the Documentation Centre’s services may be denied to anyone who fails to comply with the conditions of use of information resources. In accordance with the corresponding licenses, access to Passport and SABI is restricted to EADA course participants, faculty and personnel.
You can take on loan, at the same time and during 15-day periods:
- 4 books (up to 2 about the same topic)
- 2 magazines
- 2 DVDs
The loans can be renewed when there is no reservation done by another user.
Non-loanable documents: documents with a green label, projects, the latest issues of the magazines.
The books on loan can be reserved. The estate of a document can be checked through the Catalogue.
Once the document is available, an email will be send to the user who has reserved the document and he/she will have a week to pick it up.
To make reservations and renewals, contact us from Monday to Friday from 9h to 21h and Saturdays from 9h to 14h, in 93 452 08 44 (Ext. 214) or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is necessary to renew or return the documents during the loan period of time. One non-returned document will cause the user exclusion of the loan service.
If one user losses or returns a document in a bad condition, he/she will have to pay for the document or buy a new issue.
Check your loans through the option My loans.
Once the Program is finished, Participants willing to keep on using the loan service will have to become EADA Alumni members.
The suggestions will be evaluated by the person in charge with the acquisitions and they will be bought if they are suitable with the CdD resources and budget.
Noncompliance with the regulations as well as any other behaviour not mentioned above which is not deemed acceptable by the Documentation Centre or by its users, after it has been reported to staff will lead to the person’s expulsion from the Documentation Centre.