College when the contract or grant document is silent as to disbursement of
Except for intellectual property resulting exclusively from a student’s individual
effort (as defined above), or unless otherwise expressly agreed, in writing by the
College, student’s contributions to efforts of faculty and staff which result in the
development of intellectual property, shall be considered part of the student’s
educational experience at the College; therefore students shall not share in any
ownership of intellectual property or royalties derived therefrom.
LIBRARY/LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER POLICies
THEFT, TAMPERING AND MUTILATION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS
According to Florida Statues, mutilation of college property is a crime (FS
Both mutilation and theft (FS 812.04 1a & 1b – value less than $200) are a
misdemeanors punishable by up to sixty days imprisonment (FS 775.082 (4b) and/
or up to $500 fine (FS 775.083(le)). Tampering with library computer equipment
and/or programs is a crime under the Florida Computer Crimes Act (FS 815.1).
Theft or damage of college property is also a violation of the code of conduct.
Violators will be referred to the Provost and subject to student judicial procedures.
Students will lose library privileges when caught destroying or tampering with
library materials. Theft, tampering, and mutilation of library materials are serious
crimes. Destruction of research materials is detrimental to study and scholarship. A
reasonably priced copy machine is located in the library. Copies made are subject
to provisions of the copyright law. Library staff is willing to assist with the copy
machine or to make other arrangements.
The library uses a security system which detects the removal of materials which
have not been or cannot be checked out. Unauthorized removal of library
materials is viewed as attempted theft and can result in disciplinary action.
The library reserves the right to search items that activate the security alarm.
Community borrowers are also subject to these regulations which are explained
in our library brochure provided when registering for a library card. Community
borrowers will lose library privileges when caught destroying or tampering with
library materials. They will not be permitted to register for courses on campus until
proper restitution has been made.
FKCC LIBRARY ACCEPTABLE INTERNET USE POLICIES
Library internet access is intended primarily as an informational resource to
support the educational and research needs of our community college students,
faculty and staff. Access is granted to support cultural, social and community
services programs of the college. We extend the privilege of access to the