In order to use the MakerLab facilities and equipment, each adult user (a patron who is aged 18 or older) (“Adult User”) must review this Agreement, provide the Adult User information requested in Section 1 below, and sign and comply with this Agreement. If the Adult User has a legal guardian or other person legally responsible to sign documents such as this, the guardian/legally responsible person must sign in the space designated below.
In order for a minor patron (under 18 years of age) (“Minor User”) to use the MakerLab facilities and equipment, a parent or guardian of the Minor User or other person with legal authority to enter into this Agreement on the Minor User’s behalf (the Responsible Party) must review this Agreement, provide the information requested in Section 2 below, and sign this Agreement in the area designated at the bottom of the document.
Please note that this document includes a Release of Liability that releases Boise State University, the State of Idaho, and the State Board of Education, its departments, agents, and employees and others related to it from liability for personal injuries and other losses resulting from the use of the MakerLab facilities and equipment. Please read carefully.
The MakerLab includes equipment that uses extreme heat, hazardous chemicals, cutting tools, and rapidly moving exposed gears. Such equipment requires occasional maintenance to function properly. If any MakerLab equipment is not functioning property, User shall not attempt any repairs but rather, shall immediately contact Albertsons Library staff for assistance.
The User may use MakerLab facilities and equipment for lawful purposes only. Albertsons Library staff reserve the right to reject any User or print job. Examples of unlawful facility and equipment uses include:
a) Anything prohibited by local, state, or federal law or Boise State policies.
b) Unsafe, harmful, or dangerous items that pose a threat to the well-being of User or others.
c) Obscene or otherwise inappropriate items for the library or university environment.
d) Work that is in violation of another’s intellectual property rights.
e) Material that is subject to copyright, patent, or trademark protection.