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UPCC Project Muse eBooks
Begins:January 1, 2017
Provide, for the purposes of interlibrary loan facsimile images that are exact representations of the print journal pages or of printouts from the electronic database for interlibrary loan under CONTU (National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyright Works) (http://www.cni.org/docs/infopols/CONTU.html) guidelines and distributed in paper, fax, or digital form.
[Section "Permitted" 2.e]
distribute copy of individual ebook chapters in print or electronic form to Authorized Users, including the distribution of a copy for noncommercial educational purpose, to each individual student (Authorized User) in a class at a Participating Member's institution.
Use a persistent URL, or durable URL, to an ebook chapter for courses of instruction offered by the Participating Member, where access is restricted to students enrolled in the course, to instructors, and to library staff maintaining the link, an such access is limited to the duration of the course. Each item should carry an appropriate acknowledgement of the source, copyright, and publisher, and the links to such items shall be deleted by the Participating Members when they are no longer required for such purpose.
Provide links to MUSE full text content in course pages, e-syllabi, e-reserves, and electronic learning environments such as but not restricted to systems such as Blackboard.
[Section "Permitted" 2c, d, and h]
Providing that full payment of the total purchase price is made, per Clause VI.D, a Participating Member retains the right to perpetual access of the digital version of the purchased ebooks on the Project MUSE server. So long as the Participating Member has purchased access to a UPCC Book Collection on MUSE Journal Collection(s), perpetual access to previously purchases books will be made available on Project MUSE server at no charge. Should a Participating Member be neither an active subscriber to a Project MUSE Journal Collection, nor have any further UPCC Book Collections on MUSE in the previous 24 month period, JHUP reserves the right to charge a reasonable annual fee to that Participating Member to recover the costs for providing continuing access and customer support on the Project MUSE platform.
Participating Members may participate in LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe) system of archiving digitized publications. To benefit from this support, the Participating Member must install a LOCKSS cache at its institution. (See http://www.lockss.org for further information.) Participating Members may perpetually use the LOCKSS system to archive and restore ebook content, so long as use is otherwise consistent with this Agreement. eBook content may be available to other LOCKSS system Participating Members who indicate a right to the purchased ebook content.
[Section C "Perpetual Access and Archiving"]