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Electronic Device Guidelines

Checking Out

  • Borrowers will be required to sign an Electronic Device Agreement and leave their Staff/Student ID each time an electronic device is checked out.
  • Electronic devices are for use by current library cardholders in good standing (i.e. library record is not blocked due to unpaid fines or lost materials).
  • The check-out limit is one Electronic Device per person at any given time.
  • The Library reserves the right to refuse to anyone who abuses the equipment or repeatedly late in returning Electronic Devices or who places the Electronic Device in the book drop.
  • Library staff will verify that the Electronic device is in good working condition at the time of checkout.
  • Borrower will need to complete an "Electronic Device Agreement" with each checkout, acknowledging financial responsibility for the lost or damaged equipment.
  • Electronic Devices can be checked out at the Teo Soo Pin Library Circulation Counter from 8:00 am until one (1) hour before the library closes. Electronic Device cannot be returned to book drop.
  • Devices must be returned 30 minutes before the library closes regardless of the time the devices were borrowed.
  • Electronic Devices are checked out for 3 hours, with renewal available if no one is waiting.
  • Electronic Devices must not be taken from the library.
  • It is the responsibility for borrower to return the Electronic Device to Teo Soo Pin Circulation Counter as per the Electronic Device Agreement.

Checking In

  • Staff at the Circulation Counter will check in the Electronic Devices.
  • Staff will verify the Electronic Device is in good working condition by doing a visual check.

Fines and Liabilities

  • Late fines RM1.00 per hour.
  • Fines will be recorded on the borrower's library record and may result in borrowing and registration restrictions.
  • The borrower is responsible for full lost item fine if the Electronic Device or any parts are lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise not returned.
  • If any technical problems are encountered, the Electronic Device should be returned immediately to the staff at Circulation Counter.
  • If Electronic Device is 3 days overdue, it is considered lost or stolen, and the borrower will be charge for lost item fines.

Lost item fine

  • The borrower is responsible for lost or damage Electronic Device, parts and accessories. The charges will be assessed based on current market price.


The Library is not responsible for

  • Any liability, damages or expense resulting from use or misuse of the device, connection of the device to other electronic devices, or data loss resulting from use of device.
  • Downloaded content on the protected material in any format, or transmission of threatening, harassing, defamatory or obscene materials is strictly prohibited.
  • The Library reserves the right to refuse to anyone who:
    • abuses the electronic device or
    • repeatedly late in returning Electronic Device or
    • places the Electronic Device in the book drop

Accompanying materials

  1. USB cable
  2. Adapter





Discover Polymer Library is an abstracts database covering plastics, rubber, polymer composites and adhesives, compiled and written by the expert team at Smithers Rapra. This database contains information from journals, conference proceedings, books and reports.

The trial ends on 15th April 2018.


SAGE Knowledge

SAGE Knowledge hosts more than 4,000 titles. It includes scholarly monographs, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles, as well as business case studies, and streaming video. It also suggests links to other SAGE content in the site, e.g. SAGE Research Methods, SAGE Business Cases and SAGE Journals.

Subject collections include:

  1. Business & Management
  2. Counseling & Psychotherapy
  3. Criminology & Criminal Justice
  4. Education
  5. Geography, Earth & Environmental Science
  6. Health & Social Care
  7. Media, Communication & Cultural Studies
  8. Politics & International Relations
  9. Psychology
  10. Sociology

The trial ends on 30th April 2018.



Flipster is a digital magazine solution that covers business, leisure, fashion, product reviews, current events, and etc., for you to read on your computer or mobile device.

User Id: ns009082trial
Password: 0fk.0be1to

The trial ends on 2rd April 2018.



EMIS University offers students and researchers access to industry resource of economics, finance and international business in the emerging markets.
Featuring economic and financial data on companies, industries and countries in the world's emerging markets

  • Emerging Asia (22 countries)
  • The Caucasus and Central Asia (8 countries)
  • Central and Southeast Europe (22 countries)
  • Latin America (25 countries)
  • Middle East and Africa (48 countries)

EMIS University User Guide Asean; YouTube

The trial ends on 26th March 2018.


An extension of the Library after the Library opening hours.
It is open 24 hours - 7 days every week.

  • Silent Room, Students Accommodation, Utropolis Glenmarie
  • 24/7, Ground Floor, Damansara Jaya


The Library provides access to electronic resources through subscriptions and purchases. Most of the resources require authentication to prove affiliation with KDU.

Please be informed that accessing to such resources on and off campus, you need to be authorised for access by our EZproxy authentication software. Please activate your EZproxy login at the Information System Department at KDU UC and KDU C.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Please be informed that all emails from the Library will be sent to your official KDU email account only, w.e.f. 09.06.2017.


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