E reader presentation - Jennifer Gallagher and Sara Leniec

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  • E reader presentation - Jennifer Gallagher and Sara Leniec

    1. 1. Sara Leniec & Jennifer Gallagher eReaders in the SSL
    2. 2. Nook e-Reader Borrowing Terms and Conditions   Borrowing a Nook • Nooks can only be loaned to University members with a valid card. They can be borrowed for one week and can be  renewed up to two times.   • To borrow a Nook a reader must first read the Terms and Conditions listed here and sign the eReader loan agreement. • The borrower accepts responsibility for the repair or replacement of the Nook and/or peripherals in the event of loss, theft, or damage including fines & processing fees. •  Replacement fees are charged at market value at the time of damage plus an administration charge. • The Nook does not count towards the maximum number of loans. • The Nook cannot be loaned for the duration of the vacation period and remains as a one week loan.   Reader Responsibilities • Readers are responsible for the Nook issued to them until they have returned it and must at all times protect the Nook  from damage.  A Nook issued to a reader should not be left unattended or lent to another person.   Using the Nook • The reader must not alter the hardware in any way or download new software on to the Nook. • The Nook is for the use of eBooks downloaded from the SOLO catalogue only. Readers must not download items purchased from external websites and transfer them to the Nook. • Readers cannot alter any software settings on the Nook.   Returning the Nook • The Nook should be returned directly to the issue desk and not to the book return boxes. • Overdue fines of £2.50 a day are payable.  Overdue fines can be paid at any Bodleian lending library. • The Nook should be returned as issued, with the box, case, and user instructions. • The Nook will be checked after return for external damage or damage to software and the reader will be contacted if there  are any issues. • Anything saved to the Nook will be deleted when it is returned, including notes and bookmarks. • None return of a Nook after four reminders will generate an invoice for the replacement cost which will be added to the  readers library account.

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