- No person may use any part of the Library until s/he has been formally admitted as a library member. All users on admission must read and sign the following declaration, to which they are committed:
“I hereby undertake not to remove from the library any materials; not to mark, defile or injure in any way any volume, document, or other object belonging to it or in its custody; not to smoke; and not to use a cellular phone in the libraries. I further promise to obey all other rules of the Libraries.”
- Cellular phones must be turned off before entering the Libraries.
- All users must leave their belongings in the coat check areas before entering the Libraries. Libraries can not be responsible for any lost property.
- Silence must be observed at all times.
- Users in the ANAMED Library can leave books which they want to use for a long-term on the shelves marked “Library Books in Use”
- Taking photographs in the library requires permission.
- Wireless network must not be used to download programs, films, music etc. beyond the scope of the user’s research.
- Computers must be used only for catalog searches and prints.
- No user may enter the library before opening time, and all users must leave the library by closing time. All users must leave the library immediately, if asked to do so by a staff member, in the case of an emergency or on hearing the fire alarm.
- Food and drink (except bottled water) are not allowed in the libraries. Drinking cups are not provided.
- The patron must pay the cost of any damage s/he inflicts upon library properties, including books and periodicals.
- A particular seat or table can not be allocated to any user for continuous use.
- The Libraries have scanning, printing and photocopy services for the members. The members need to ask the librarian to send the documents to the printer from the main desk computer. In the ANAMED Library, printing and photocopying is 10 kuruş per page. In the NIT library, printing and photocopying is 20 kuruş per page. Scanning is free in both of the libraries, but users must follow the copyright restrictions and must not scan full books.