Full- and part-time students, faculty, and employees (including permanent, temporary, contract, or visiting appointments) and researchers associated with Northeastern University, regardless of the physical location of such persons. Walk-in Users shall be deemed to be Authorized but only when in the University Libraries.
1. USAGE RIGHTS
The Licensed Materials may be used for the purposes of research, education, distance learning, or other non-commercial use as follows:
Authorized Users shall have the right to electronically display the Licensed Materials.
1.2. Digital Copying
Authorized Users may download and digitally copy no more than 5 articles at a session of the Licensed Materials.
Authorized Users may electronically save no more than 5 articles at a session of the Licensed Materials.
Authorized Users may print no more than 5 articles at a session of the Licensed Materials.
1.5. Recovery of Copying Costs
Northeastern may charge a fee to cover costs of copying or printing portions of Licensed Materials for Authorized Users, including the costs associated with reproducing portions of the Licensed Materials for the creation of printed Course Packs. Such fees shall not constitute Commercial Use.
1.6. Course Packs / Electronic Reserve
Authorized Users may incorporate no more than 5 articles at one time from the Licensed Materials in printed and electronic Course Packs and Electronic Reserve collections for the use of Authorized Users in the course of instruction at the Licensee’s Institution, but not for Commercial Use. Such usage will be consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act and with the fair dealing doctrine and exceptions for educational institutions and libraries in Canadian copyright law. Each such item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title and author of the work, and the publisher. Course packs in non-electronic, non-print perceptible form, such as audio or Braille, may also be offered to Authorized Users who, in the reasonable opinion of the Licensee, have visual, perceptual, or physical disabilities.
1.7. Electronic Learning Environments
Authorized Users may incorporate no more than 5 articles at one time from the Licensed Materials to be used in Electronic Learning Environments. Such usage will be consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act and with the fair dealing doctrine and exceptions for educational institutions and libraries in Canadian copyright law. Each item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title, author, and copyright owner.
1.8. Use in Academic Research
Authorized Users may incorporate limited parts of the Licensed Materials in printed or electronic form in assignments, portfolios, theses, and dissertations, including reproductions of the Licensed Materials for library deposit and other non-commercial uses consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act. Authorized Users shall be permitted to extract or use information contained therein for purposes such as educational, scientific, or research purposes, including extraction and manipulation of information for the purpose of illustration, explanation, example, comment, criticism, teaching, research, or analysis consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act.
1.9. Electronic Links
The Licensor will comply with the OpenURL standard. Licensee may provide electronic links to the Licensed Materials from the Licensee’s web page(s). The Licensor will assist the Licensee upon request in creating such links effectively, and will use the OpenURL standard for such links whenever feasible. Licensee may make changes in the appearance of such links and/or statements accompanying such links as reasonably requested by the Licensor.
1.10. Scholarly Sharing
Authorized Users may transmit, in hard copy or electronically, no more than one article at one time of the Licensed Materials for personal use or scholarly, educational, or scientific research or professional use, but in no case for Commercial Use. In addition, Authorized Users have the right to use, with appropriate credit, figures, tables, and excerpts from the Licensed Materials in Authorized User’s own scientific, scholarly, and educational works, consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act.
1.11. Marketing and Training Materials
Authorized Users may display, download, or print limited parts of training and promotional materials related to the Licensed Materials for the purpose of internal marketing or for training Authorized Users or groups of Authorized Users.
1.12. Data or Text Mining
Authorized users shall be permitted to apply automated tools and processes to the Licensed Materials consistent with the U.S. Copyright Act for the purposes of data mining for purposes of textual analysis and visual mapping of textual relationships.
1.13. Persons with Visual, Perceptual, or Physical Disabilities
In the event that the Licensed Materials are not Accessibility compliant, the Licensee shall have the right to modify or copy the Licensed Materials in order to make them useable to Authorized Users, within the framework of this Agreement.
2. PROHIBITED USES
2.1. Unauthorized Use
All other uses of the Licensed Materials are prohibited, including, but not limited to:
a) re-distribution, re-selling, or sub-licensing in any manner, including in connection with fee-for- service use or to other persons or entities except to Authorized Users (other than Walk-in Users);
b) supply or distribution of single or multiple copies in any form to anyone other than an Authorized User;
c) download of copies of the Licensed Materials for archival use;
d) distribution of any part of the Licensed Materials on any electronic network, including, without limitation, the Internet on the Worldwide Web, other than the Licensee’s Secure Network; and
e) monetary reward (whether by Licensee or an Authorized User) by means of sale, transfer, or other form of exploitation of the Licensed Materials or any part thereof without Licensor’s prior explicit written permission. For the avoidance of doubt, bulk reproduction or distribution of electronic or print copies of Licensed Materials for sales/promotional purposes is specifically prohibited.
3. MODIFICATION OF LICENSED MATERIALS
Authorized Users shall not modify, manipulate, or create a derivative work of the Licensed Materials without the prior written permission of Licensor.
3.1. Removal of Copyright Notice
Authorized Users may not remove, obscure, or modify any copyright notices included in the Licensed Materials.
3.2. Automatic Searches
Authorized Users shall not use any robots, spiders, crawlers, or other automated downloading programs or devices to continuously and automatically search, index, or retrieve any content accessed online under this License, except as permitted by this License. Authorized Users shall not reverse-engineer, decompile, or disassemble any software included in the Licensed Materials.
3.3. Commercial Purposes
Authorized Users may not use the Licensed Materials for any Commercial Use other than those allowed above.
posted 15 February 2017