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The licensed electronic resources made available by the Khazar University Library and Information Center are for research, instruction, and related activities of current University faculty, staff, students and other authorized users. In general, authorized users may access such resources for non-commercial, educational, scholarly and research purposes.
We provide the following types of Internet filter categories:

  • Main Filter blocks access to Web sites with pornography. This is the minimum level of Internet filtering required for all users.
  • Strengthened Filter blocks access to Web sites, including hate and discrimination, information on illegal activities, drugs and gambling, other adult sites and chat rooms.
  • No Internet access.Parents may prohibit their minor children (under age 8) from accessing the Internet on library computer.
Prohibited actions generally include:

  • Sharing of passwords or authorized access codes
  • Large-scale systematic downloading of articles or other information
  • Posting copyrighted materials on a publicly accessible web site
  • Resale or commercial exploitation of licensed information
Please Be Aware: 
Sharing an access password with unauthorized users— including family, friends, or co-workers— may result in suspension or revocation of library privileges. Non-affiliated users may, however, access most electronic library resources from computer terminals in a campus library.
Downloading entire issues of electronic journals, or attempting to create large databases from bibliographic files, is generally prohibited by publisher license agreements. Systematic downloading of content— manually or with specialized software— is detectable by publishers and traceable to specific computer addresses.
Engaging in actions intended to circumvent or defeat access control mechanisms of the Library or information provider may result in revocation of library privileges and other campus or civil disciplinary measures.
Sharing proprietary or client software connected to information resources, such as that used to analyze spatial data or search and retrieve texts is also prohibited under the terms of academic licenses.
Questions about the appropriate use of licensed information resources may be directed to