Library Terms and Conditions

Library regulations and data protection

As IMC Delegates you will gain reading rights to the University of Leeds Library but will not be able to borrow any books or take them out of the library.
By signing the IMC Registration Form you agree to the Library Regulations and undertake to observe them. Read the full regulations

The University of Leeds reserves its right to take legal action against individuals who cause it to be involved in legal proceedings as a result of violation of its licensing agreements.

In  accepting a Library card you are giving your permission to the University of  Leeds to process your personal data for the purposes of administering your  Library membership and use of the University Library. This data will be retained while you are registered with the Library and for up to 12 months afterwards.

Copyright agreement

  1. You  agree that my usage of any electronic resources and services made available to you by Leeds University Library are subject to the following conditions:
  2. You will ensure that all the requirements of the agreements, contracts and licences under which the resource is held or provided by the Library will be maintained.
  3. You will adhere to the regulations governing the use of any service involved in the provision of access to the resource whether these services are controlled by the Library, the University or some other organisation.
  4. You will not remove or alter the Copyright Statements on any copy of or output from resources used by yourself.
  5. You will ensure the Security and Confidentiality of any copy released to yourself, and will not make any further copies from it or knowingly permit others to do so, unless permitted to do so under the relevant licence.
  6. You will use the resource only for purposes defined, and only on computer systems covered, by the agreement, contract or licence.
  7. You will only incorporate the resource, or part thereof, in any work, program or article produced by yourself, where this is permitted by the licence or by ‘Fair Dealing’.
  8. You will only incorporate some part or version of the resource in any work produced by yourself with the express permission of the Licensor or unless this is permitted under the Agreement.
  9. You will not reverse, engineer or decompile the software products or attempt to do so unless this is explicitly permitted within the terms of the Agreement for the use of the resource.

In case of emergency

If you hear the fire alarm, evacuate the building quickly by the nearest Fire Exit. These are situated on all floors and clearly sign posted. Treat all activations of the fire alarm as actual fire events. Do not use the lifts.

The system is automatic and will raise the alarm at the Fire Service and University Security Office. If you notice smoke or flames at any time then use one of the red ‘break glass’ units to activate the system and evacuate the building.

If anyone is unable to use the stairwell, due to physical difficulties, then they should remain in one of the ‘Refuge Areas’ and await assistance. There is an intercom in each refuge area with direct contact to the Security Office.

Do not try and go back anywhere in the building to collect any items that may have been left elsewhere.

If you are unable to use the stairwell, due to physical difficulties, then you should remain in one of the Refuge Areas and await assistance. There is an intercom in each Refuge Area with direct contact to the Security Office.

Do not re-enter the building until you are told it is safe to do so. Do not go back anywhere in the building to collect any items that may have been left behind.

If you are involved in an accident then you should, if able, make your way to the Reception Desk where treatment can be arranged. All accidents or near misses should be reported to the Reception Desk so that appropriate action can be taken.