§ 1

  1. The right to use computer workstations in the Scientific Information Reading Room is entitled to all those interested in medical literature.


§ 2

  1. The Scientific Information Reading Room provides access – after logging into the University network – to:

1.1. bibliographic databases,

1.2. e-books and e-journals,

1.3. MUG master's and bachelor's theses database,

1.4. Internet (only for educational, research and scientific purposes),

1.5. MUG Main Library catalogue online,

1.6. MS Office, LibreOffice. 


§ 3

  1. Using computers, except access to MUG master's and bachelor 's theses database, is possible after logging into the University network.

  2. The time for using a computer is limited to 1 hour.

  3. After finishing the work with a computer, the user is obliged to log out and delete all files and data saved during this session, which means that the computer should be left in such a state as it was before user has started his session.


§ 4

  1. At the computer workstations in the Scientific Information Reading Room it is not allowed to:

              1.1. change the computer settings and/or delete files being a part of the operating system,

              1.2. install any software (downloaded via the Internet or from other outside sources),             

              1.3. copy and spread applications and other electronic resources protected by the Main Library’s licenses or copyright laws,

              1.4. use computer games and enter web pages not mentioned in §2,             

              1.5. use computers for earning money.


§ 5

  1. All users of the Scientific Information Reading Room are obliged to:

              1.1. keep silence,

              1.2. mute mobile phones and do not make phone calls,             

              1.3. leave their backpacks, bags, overcoats, umbrellas, etc. in the cloakroom,

              1.4. refrain from bringing in food and drinks, except bottled clear water and closed thermal mugs,             

              1.5. not leave their belongings on the desks unattended for longer than 30 minutes
              - after that time the belongings can be collected from the librarian on duty.


Regulations of collecting personal data in Medical University of Gdańsk

On 27 April 2016 Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Union and of Council came into force. It relates to data processing for natural persons and the freedom of movement of such data. In the light of this and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), the Main Library would like to draw your attention to the following:

1. The administrator of your personal data is The Medical University of Gdańsk based in Gdańsk, Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie 3A, 80-210 Gdańsk,

2. The Data Protection Inspector at The Medical University of Gdańsk is Piotr Małecki (iod@gumed.edu.pl),

3. Your personal data will be processed using the Tricity Libraries IT System (Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music, Gdynia Maritime University, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, Medical University of Gdansk, Gdansk University of Physical Education and Sport, European Solidarity Centre) in order to enable the use of library resources on the basis of art. 6 par. 1 lit. A of the general regulation of personal data of 27 April 2016,

4. Your personal data will not be disclosed to other entities, except for entities authorized under the law, debt collection companies or companies supporting IT services,

5. Your personal data will be kept for a period required by law,

6. You have access to the content of your data and the right to demand its rectification. You have the right to remove data or limit its use. Further you have the right to transfer data and to raise an objection on how your data is processed. You may withdraw your legal consent for the use of your data at any time,

7. You have the right to make a complaint to the Office for Personal Data Protection if your complaint is justified and the administrator is found to be in breach of the general regulation of personal data of 27 April 2016,

8. Providing personal data is voluntary, however, the refusal to provide them may result in the refusal to provide the service.