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Denison University Libraries inspire and educate the Denison community to become lifelong learners and active citizens. Denison Libraries offer comprehensive services that foster creativity and collaboration and support diverse learning styles.
The library strives to provide an inclusive environment—a place where community members of all backgrounds feel comfortable working, reading, and learning. To ensure this, all library users are expected to interact responsibly with library staff, other users, collections, and facilities.
Please respect others in the library, and refrain from any behavior that disrupts learning. Learning activities include collaboration, consultation, research, and study.
Children may not be left unattended in the library. For their own safety, children should be accompanied at all times by a parent or other adult. Parents are entirely responsible for children’s use of library materials, including access to online resources. The library provides complete, non-filtered access to the Internet for learning and research purposes.
If unattended children are found in the building, library staff will take appropriate action, which may include contacting parents, campus security, and/or juvenile authorities.