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Library Copy/Printing Service

  • In the copy room, the user can copy various materials/books within the current copyright law. *The user MUST respect the copyright of the author and publishing rights of the publisher.
Notification of Actual Legal Limitations / Regulations Regarding Data Duplication (Copying)
Under the current copyright law, the copyright holder has the right to duplicate/copy all of his/her works. However, Article 28 of the current Copyright Act stipulates few exceptions (i.e., noncommercial use for investigation & research purposes). According to Article 28 of the current Copyright Act, users are allowed to copy a part of the book/material (max. one copy) for noncommercial investigation/research purposes. Therefore, in our copy room, we strictly prohibit the copying of materials/books beyond the scope of the current Copyright Act. All users must be aware of this in advance to make sure that you DO NOT suffer from civil and criminal penalties/punishment.
 
  • Copy Room
Location Contact Provided Services
Main Library (New Building) Room 102, Science Library Room 104 02-3290-2650, 02-953-5574 Copy (Black & White/Color), Printer (Black & White/Color), Binding
 
  • Unmanned Card Copying Machine
Building Floor Location # of Installed Machines
Main Library (New Building) 2F Archive #1 2
Library 2
3F Archive #2 2
Library 2
4F Archive #3 1
Library 2
Main Library (Graduate School) 2F Graduate School Archive 2
Law Library B2 Law Preservation Library 2
Asiatic Research Institute 4F Ah-yeon East Asia Library 1
Central Square B1 Locker Room 1
Science Library 1F
2F Publication Room 1
3F
4F Resting Area 1
5F
Hana Square B1 Laptop Room 1
General Reading Room 1
 
  • PRINT SYSTEM
Building Floor Location # of Installed Machines
Main Library (New Building) 1F Lobby 1
2F Archive #1 1
3F Archive #2 1
4F Archive #3 1
Main Library (Graduate School) 2F Graduate School Archive 1
Law Library 2F Free Discussion (Debate) Room 1
Science Library 1F
2F Publication Room 1
3F γ Lounge 1
4F Resting Area 1
5F
 
  • Price
-Unmanned Copying Card : 40 KRW / page (regardless of paper size)
-Unmanned Credit/Debit Card : 44 KRW / page (regardless of paper size)
-Manned Copying : 55 KRW / page
-Printing : i-print (Cash – 50 KRW, Smartphone/Card – 55 KRW)
-Color Printing/Copying : A4-200 KRW, B4-500 KRW, A3-500 KRW
 
  • Scan
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  • A4 Color Flatbed Scanner
– Available in all archives inside the library
 
  • A3 Color Flatbed Scanner
– Main Library (New Building) 2F Archive #1
– Main Library (Graduate School) 2F Graduate School Archive
– Science Library 2F Publication Room
 
  • Information on Use
– The Flatbed Scanner is connected to a dedicated PC. Do not use the PC outside of its intended purpose.
– Make sure to delete personal data after scanning.

Assistive Tools for the Disabled

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Height-adjustable Desk Video Enlarger Touch Screen Monitor
 
  • Main Locations
– Main Library (New Building) 2F Disabled Students Resting Area
– Science Library 1F Disabled Students Resting Area
 
  • Equipment
– Main Library: 4 Height-adjustable Desks, 1 Video Enlarger, 3 Touch Screen Monitors
– Science Library: 2 Height-adjustable Desks
 
  • Inquiries
– Main Library : 02-3290-1492
– Science Library : 02-3290-4221
 

Photography Stand

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  • How to Use
– You can attach a DSLR Camera or a Smartphone and take photos of the material without damaging it.
– Make sure to wear a glove before taking photos of rare books/old books, etc.
 
  • Main Locations
– Main Library (New Building) 3F Archive #2
– Main Library (Graduate School) 2F Hanjeok Room
 

Microfilm Reader

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  • Main Location & Inquiries
– CDL B1 International Organization Archive : 02-3290-1506

Laptop / Beam Projector

  • Location
– Multimedia Room (CDL 2F)
 
  • Rental Service Available to
– Users who are using the Group Study Room (2F) (However, the following users cannot use the rental service: Users who are currently under a penalty (DELINQUENT Status), or users who are scheduled to graduate within a month)
 

Camera / Lens

  • Location
– Central Square B1 CCL
 
  • Rental Service Available to
– Users who are using the Studio within the CCL

Computer(PC)

  • Locations/Information
Building Floor Name Information Remarks
Main Library(New Building) 2 Archive #1 PCs for Browsing Original Text in National Library/National Assembly Library
(simple web surfing, avoid use of word processors)
9 PCs
1 Ocean Zone Use after assigning seats through mobile APP and KIOSK 18 PCs
Law Library 1 Law Information Room PCs for browsing Original Text in National Library/National Assembly Library + Law-related Electronic Resources 12 PCs
CDL 2 Multimedia Room Use after assigning seats through mobile APP and KIOSK 60 PCs
B1 International Organization Room PCs for browsing Original Text in National Library/National Assembly Library + Microfilms 4 PCs
Science Library 2 Publication Room PCs for browsing Original Text in National Library/National Assembly Library + Multimedia Resources 16 PCs
1 Currently Remodeling

Wireless LAN

  • Korea University’s wireless LAN service is only available to school members. No separate application process is required.
  • However, you must set your initial settings when you use wireless LAN for the first time (different settings by equipment)
Equipment OS Type Manual Remark
Korean English
Notebook Windows OS Manual(Classic) Manual(Classic)
Manual(Auto) Manual(Auto) Profile Auto-set
MAC OS Manual Manual
Smartphone Android OS Manual Manual
Apple OS Manual Manual
  • Manager: Information Infrastructure Department 02-3290-4194
 

Software

  • Library-provided SW
Type Program Usage Guide Remarks
Bibliography Management Tool EndNote X9 Usage Guide Page (Windows Ver) Usage Guide Page (Mac Ver) Login to Library Homepage is required
Plagiarism Management Turnitin Usage Guide Page
Graphic/Statistics Adobe CC Main Library (New Building) 1F Ocean Zone (No. 1~18), CDL 2F Multimedia Room (Area 3,4,7,8) Available after PC Seat Assignment
 

Provided in Korea Univ. Portal(KUPID)

  • KUPID Login > Information & Life > Management Program Guide
Type Program Usage Scope Usage Rights
Microsoft Products(EES) Microsoft EES(Enrollment for Education Solution) Inside the Campus School assets & PCs with genuine Windows installed (excluding Freedos/Assembled/Personal PC)
Office 365 Service Office 365 Service In/Out-of-Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
Windows 10 Education Windows 10 Education Upgrade In/Out-of-Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
Graphic/Statistics Program Adobe(CS6, CC) – Only Direct Rentals Inside the Campus PC Rooms for Class use (not allowed on individual PCs)
SAS Statistics Program for MS Windows Inside the Campus School Asset PCs (not allowed on individual PCs) (not allowed on research institutes & administrative departments)
IBM SPSS Statistics Program Inside the Campus Up to 300 USERS at once (inside the campus)
Other Program MATLAB Site-License In/Out-of-Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
Hangul & Computer Hancom Office CLA Inside the Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
ALYAK (Personal/Server) Inside the Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
ALTOOLS, ALMIND Inside the Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
Acronis(Restoration/Backup) Inside the Campus Members of the school (Students/Faculty Members)
 

About Illegal Software Use (Restrictions)

  • Make sure to use licensed software in all spaces/rooms inside the campus (including the library) to avoid copyright disputes.
  • Any illegal use of commercial software will result in up to three years in prison, and a fine of up to 30 million KRW. Illegal copying, distributing, lending of copyrighted contents will result in up to five years in prison, and a fine of up to 50 million KRW.
  • All responsibilities arising from the illegal use of commercial S/W inside the campus shall be borne by the individual (or party)
  • Cases of Illegal S/W Use
A. When you use a software that does not have a genuine license.
B. When you install a university-owned MS Windows OS, etc. after purchasing a PC (or assembly PC) without an operating system (OS)
C. When you bring a personal PC with illegally copied software into the school.
D. When you use a personal open software inside the campus.
E. When you use a campus license (Management Program) software on a PC that is NOT a school asset.
F. When you download illegal programs through P2P, torrent, etc.