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Library Services Digitisation Policy

Policy to ensure that digitisation of archives and special collections materials meets the objective of Library Services to improve access to resources for teaching, learning and research.

Library Services, Collection Development and Management Policy

Principles by which Library Services acquires and manages information resources and makes available resources to support learning, teaching and research at King's and in the wider community.

Library Services, Policy on Gifts and Donations

Policy regarding the acceptance of books, journals, published material, archives and manuscripts within the libraries and archives of King's College London.

Marking, College Framework

Framework for the different marking models approved by the university.

Media Directive

Outlining the responsibilities of university staff with regards to dealing with the media.

Memorials Policy

King's College London policy for establishing a memorial in honour of a supporter or past member of the university.

Mobile Device Policy

Policy on use of mobile devices (e.g. laptops, blackberries, portable storage devices) to protect from loss or unauthorised access of confidential, personal or sensitive data.

Mobile Phone and SIM enabled Device, Policy

Policy on provision of mobile phones within the university.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

King's College London is committed to ensuring there is transparency in all its business and in its approach to tackling modern slavery throughout its supply chains, consistent with its disclosure obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Multiple Choice Question Policy

Framework for use, storage and security of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) papers.
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