Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez, Call Box 9000 Mayagüez, PR 00681 (787) 832-4040 ext. 3810, 2151, 2155 email@example.com
The Graduate Research and Innovation Center (GRIC) fosters an academic atmosphere based on collaboration, interaction, and self-sufficiency. Users are encouraged to be courteous and mindful of their peers, following the policies listed below:
GRIC private rooms (Hubs), technology, and common areas are for the exclusive use of professors, researchers, and/or graduate students of the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez.
Graduate students, professors, or investigators must:
Smoking, food, and beverages
Users are responsible for maintaining the facilities in excellent conditions. Please clean your work station after each use and do not deposit food wrappings or perishable waste in GRIC trash cans.
GRIC and Library Property
It is considered a crime to: steal, damage, or tamper with the hubs, electronic equipment, furniture, print resources, or any other GRIC property. GRIC staff have the right to denounce any person who incurs in these activities to the corresponding authorities, according to University regulations and the laws of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Each user is responsible for his or her own belongings. The library is not responsible for any personal belongings that are stolen, forgotten, or damaged while users occupy GRIC facilities.
The law of Copyright of the United States (Title 17 of the Federal Code of the United States) regulates photocopying and any other reproduction of copyrighted material. The library is not responsible for infractions committed by people who utilize GRIC scanners. Users that utilize self-service equipment are responsible to comply with and act in accordance with current copyright laws and are liable for any infraction.
The GRIC has a CCTV system that is recording twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. All activities are recorded following regulations established by the Administrative Board of the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Certification 02-03-354 (established in 2002 and revised in 2003), which authorizes the installation of security cameras in all buildings on-campus.
Code of Conduct for Users
Library staff members may not always be physically present during GRIC hours of operation; however, they are available for consultation by appointment. All electronic equipment and hubs have manuals that detail how to properly use them. For more information, you may contact the librarian by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRIC is one of the components of the Transformational Initiative for Graduate Education and Research (TIGER) program at UPRM; it is supported by the US Department of Education, Title V, Part B, Promoting Post-Baccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans (PPOHA) Program (#P031M140035).
Note: This guide was created by Alessandra Otero, augmented and edited by Hilda Teresa Ayala. English translations by Carlos Santaella and Jocelyn A. Géliga Vargas.