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New subscribers must accept the terms of the licensing agreement in order to access the IET digital library. If you are an institutional subscriber, please download the license agreement below, complete it and return it to the address below. It is only recently that libraries have begun to recognize the importance of text inclusion and data extraction (CT) in their licenses. 15. Termination of access: In the event of a suspected breach of the licence, the publisher/seller must have a notification period 15 days before the end of access to the place of the alleged infringement (i.e. the IP address related to the alleged violation). The UC has 30 days to heal the injury before the license is terminated by the licensee. The specific mention of remote lending, race packs, reserves, course management systems and university sites, scientific exhibits and downloads, etc., is preferred. If the agreement is not explicitly mentioned elsewhere, the inclusion of a clause confirming U.S. copyright rights maintains these rights when the library finds that the legal requirements for fair dealing are being met.
Currently, the UC needs and uses a large managed network room. Each Campus Network Operation Center (NOC) registers its own address room at InterNIC and manages these addresses locally. In addition, some campus units opt for a contract with external ISPs for special services such as modem pools for DF and proxy services. These services require the use of IP addresses that are not registered with the UC in the InterNIC database, but are intended to be used by UC faculties, staff, students and library sponsors. The UC authentication group was tasked with recommending a method for campuses to keep this list up to date. Assignment: All example clauses used in this manual have been modified by Florida Virtual Campus guidelines for electronic resource licensing agreements, the ARL Model license, the Model License Comparison Table and several licenses negotiated by the Office of General Counsel, CUNY. This document provides information resource providers with an overview of the conditions that should be included in licensing agreements with the California Digital Library for all kinds of electronic resources. More detailed information can be found in the standard CDL license agreement (for creditors) If the library or licensee owns or offers users located outside a single contiguous geographic site or several departments working independently of the higher institution, the library/licensee may be required to obtain a license for several syndicated sites or services.