Acceptable Use of Information Resources
Most of the library's electronic information resources are licensed from commercial providers under legal contracts. They are to be used for the purposes of personal academic study and development only. Under no circumstances should they be used for commercial gain. Users should check the terms and conditions of each information provider for detailed information.
Copyright regulations must be followed when making copies of publications and data.
The Library's services are restricted to professors, students, IESE's staff, Alumni and IESE Members.
Users are expected to behave in a courteous manner, respecting other library users at all times. Noise should be kept to a minimum in or near any area used for individual study; loud chatter must be moved to outside the library space.
Show care for resources and equipment. Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere on the premises. Drink within the Library is accepted, within reason, with containers disposed of promptly. Food is not allowed anywhere in the Library.
For the sake of all users, study tables cannot be reserved. Please, do not leave your personal belongings on the table while you are out.
Books consulted in the Reading Room must be left in the returning sections. Never put them back on the shelf.
Material requested for loan must be registered at the Library desk before leaving the area. Loans must be made personally; you are not allowed to take out documents under another user's name.
Mobile telephones must be set to ‘silent’ mode in the Library.