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ILL

Summary: yes
Relevant License Text:

4.1 The Licensee may supply to an Authorised User of another library within Canada a single copy of an individual article or single chapter being part of the Licensed Materials by post, fax or electronically using Ariel or comparable inter library software (whereby the electronic file is deleted immediately after printing), for educational purposes

Ereserves

Summary: yes
Relevant License Text:

5.1 The Licensee may incorporate parts of the Licensed Materials in printed Course Packs, Electronic Reserve collections and in Virtual Learning Environments for use by Authorised Users only. Each such item incorporated shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, title, author of the extract and Emerald’s name. Course packs in non-electronic non-print perceptible form, such as audio or Braille, may also be offered by the Licensee to Authorised Users on the same terms as set out in this Clause 5

Archival Access

Summary: yes
Relevant License Text:

2.4               For subscription products, on termination or expiry of this Licence, Emerald shall provide continuous access in perpetuity for Authorised Users to that part of the Licensed Materials which was published and paid for within the Subscription Period, either through a Secure Network or from the Archive described in Clause 17, subject to the Licensee’s continuing adherence to the terms of this Licence. Emerald may terminate this continuing access arrangement under Clause 16 if the Licensee breaches the terms of this Licence.

2.5              For transactional products, Emerald shall provide continuous access in perpetuity for Authorised Users, either through a Secure Network or from the Archive described in Clause 17, subject to the Licensee’s continuing adherence to the terms of this Licence. Emerald may terminate this continuing access arrangement under Clause 16 if the Licensee breaches the terms of this Licence.

Notes: 

Post termination entitlement journal rights:  The institutions own the content that was published during the years they subscribed and receive complimentary access to previous years of content while they are subscribed. This complimentary access stretches back to 1994.

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