Computer Lab Rules & Regulations
Electronic workstations may only be used by current Swinburne University students and staffs. Swinburne identity card must be presented on request. Swinburne computing facilities should only be used for educational, research and administrative purposes of Swinburne. All other uses are strictly prohibited. The following rules and terms apply to all computers on campus.
Terms and Conditions
1. All users must abide by the license requirements of any software or resources being used on the computer workstations. 2. The following activities are strictly prohibited and are deemed as a criminal offence : o Unless otherwise permitted by the Copyright Act, unauthorized copying, downloading or public performance of works or audiovisual material. This includes MP3, OGG, WMV, AVI, RM, MOV, MPEG files etc. o Removal and/or of computer workstations including its peripherals such as keyboard, mouse and monitor. o Causing damage to the computer workstation including its peripherals. o Altering of software settings and/or intentional introduction of malicious software in order to circumvent network security. o Installation of pirated and/or unauthorised software on the workstations.
1 Unauthorized and illegal copying of any licensed software.
3. Students must also abide by other rules and regulations shown on booking sheets, computer screens, and notices near the workstations or on the wall. 4. You need to have a current student ID or staff ID to use the computer labs. 5. You may only install academic related software (Non-Pirated) on the computer's hard drive while you are using the lab, but it MUST be removed when you leave. Your data should be saved on a Floppy disk, Handy drive or on your Home drive--not on the computer's hard drive. 6. The computer lab is provided as a service to the students to enhance and further education. You may not use the computer lab...
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