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ILL

Summary: yes
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3.3  INTERLIBRARY LOAN

Members may transmit to a non-commercial library single articles, book chapters or portions thereof only for personal educational, scientific, or research purposes (“Interlibrary Loans”). Such transmission shall be reviewed and

fulfilled by Members’ staff, and shall be made by hand, post, fax or through any secure document transmission software, so long as, in the case of any electronic transmission, the electronic file retains the relevant copyright notice. The right set out in this clause does not extend to centralized ordering facilities, such as document delivery systems, nor the distribution of copies in such quantities as to substitute for a subscription or purchase of the distributed Content.

Ereserves

Summary: yes
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3.7  COURSE PACKS, ELECTRONIC RESERVE, & ELECTRONIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

Members and Authorized Users, subject to section 4 [Prohibited Uses], may incorporate parts of 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 a Member, and/or in Electronic Learning Environments hosted on a Secure Network, but not for Commercial Use. Each such item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source. Course Packs in alternate formats may also be offered to Authorized Users that require Accessible Formats.

Archival Access

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10.5.3      CONTINUED ACCESS TO LICENSED MATERIALS

Upon termination of this License Agreement, Licensor will provide continued access to the Licensed Materials for which Perpetual Access was granted in this License Agreement. The means by which Authorized Users shall have access to such Licensed Materials shall be in a manner and form substantially equivalent to the means by which access is provided during the term of this License Agreement, with provisions for ensuring forward compatibility with new technologies.

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