Library License Agreement

Library License Agreement

The business model should provide an incentive to move from print to digital. The content of aggregators that do not have property rights should be valued in such a way as to reflect the absence of unlimited access rights. If the electronic version contains less than the printed version, the electronic version must be reduced. “Authorized users may use the Licensed Material to carry out and carry out academic, scientific and other data mining activities, use and share the results of text and/or data analysis in their scientific work and provide the results for use by others, as long as the purpose is not: create a product for use by third parties that would replace the licensed materials. Licensor will cooperate with Licensee and Authorized Users, to the extent reasonably necessary, to provide the Approved Materials in a manner and form that is most useful to the Authorized User. If the Licensee or Authorized User requests the Licensor to issue or prepare copies of the Licensed Materials for text and data analysis purposes, any fees collected by the Licensor apply exclusively to the preparation and provision of such copies from the Center for Research Libraries licensing model at liblicense.crl.edu/licensing-information/model-license/ If you wish to use the Content, that does not belong to the XYZ library or organization, or if another party wishes to use content owned by the XYZ library or organization, a license agreement must be entered into. If you obtain a license to use digital content that appears to be complete and non-negotiable, you must first ask the provider of that content if the license is negotiable. Even if the content owner says the license is non-negotiable, if there are any terms in the license that don`t work for the library or our organization, try changing those clauses. Often, seemingly non-negotiable licenses are also negotiable. The licence should also contain contact details for the customer and/or the technical service and include an obligation for the supplier to inform the licensee of the planned maintenance work.

It is important to remember that licensing agreements are different and must be adapted to changing library or organizational requirements. Before signing a license agreement, check the text carefully to make sure you know what it means and consult our copyright attorney to make sure you are aware of it. Remember that you may not have the right to sign an agreement on behalf of our library or organization and you may need to look for the person authorized to do so.. . . .