To establish guidelines for the use of Library indoor public space for non-commercial filming and still/digital photography to support students, faculty, and staff. As a general rule filming is not allowed in staff work spaces, rest rooms, the Reading Room, and in the 3rd floor stacks and open study areas as these are reserved for quiet study.
Need for Policy:
The Library welcomes non-commercial filming and photography requests related to academic work. While the Campus Library strives to create a collaborative and open environment, we must balance this with the primary use of the library as a space for study and research. This policy establishes guidelines that protect library users’ access to space and resources without disruption.
Guidelines & Requirements:
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