Meeting the information needs of library users is integral to the Mission of the UT Health SA Libraries. The library staff endeavor to develop collections, resources and services to meet these needs. It is within this context that the UT Health Libraries offer access to the Internet and other electronic resources. Any health-related information searching is a legitimate use of these resources.
The Internet contains a wealth of valuable information resources. However, users should be aware that some information may be inaccurate, outdated or offensive. Library users are advised to exercise judgment and discrimination when evaluating the usefulness and reliability of material found on the Internet. UT Health SA is not responsible for the content, security or reliability of web sites outside the uthscsa.edu domain.
The UT Health SA Libraries reserve the right to take appropriate action to ensure compliance with this policy. Library staff have the right to determine appropriateness of workstation use and can, at any time, require the patron to leave the workstation.
Computer Use Policy Violations
If observed or if a library staff member receives a complaint, library staff are authorized to make the patron aware of the Computer Use Policy. If the patron persists with the unacceptable activity, then library staff are authorized to contact UT Police for further assistance.
Suspicious or Illegal Activities on Library Computers