Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2017     Views: 31

The University signs a license agreement for each eResource to which we subscribe. These documents form contracts in law & as such are legally binding. Users of each of these resources must observe the specific terms & conditions for each resource that they use. There are usually links to the license on the publisher's web site & you should read these before starting to use the service. 

Use of library eResources is also subject to the University's CiCS IT Code of Practice & will require a valid UCard.  

Please see the licence terms & conditions for more information.  

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