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Chabad WA Library Etiquette
The Library is a place for learning and research. It is the responsibility of all users to maintain a quiet, serene and clean environment in the library. All library users are requested to follow the codes of behaviour listed below.
- To respect others using the library by minimizing noise and conversation.
- To respect the books. Many older books can no longer be replaced. It is expensive or impossible to replace books already in the collection.
- To use the bookmarks provided. Marking, highlighting and folding pages can ruin a book. Bookmarks help to prolong the life of the books.
- Food and drink can damage books and equipment. Please refrain from eating and drinking in the library.
- To respect the sign out policies so colleagues are not inconvenienced.
- To sign out books for your own use before removing them from the library (Ask library staff to do this for you, if you are in a hurry). Print your name legibly.
- To return books to the library on time or when recalled by the library staff.
- To respect the purpose of the library as a research facility by interviewing clients and witnesses in more appropriate locations.
Cell Phones and Pagers
Electronic communications devices such as cellular phones and pagers are permitted in the library. However, they must be used in a way that avoids disturbing other library users. Electronic devices should be turned to silent or vibrate mode. Any conversation on a cell phone should be held in a private area other than in the library.