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AUTHORIZED USE OF LICENSED MATERIALS
Authorized Users. "Authorized Users" are: Persons Affiliated with Licensee. Full and part time students and employees (including faculty, staff, affiliated researchers and independent contractors) of Licensee and its member institutions, regardless of the physical location of such persons. Such use shall be on the terms and conditions set forth in this agreement. Access to the database shall be controlled by Licensor through the use of IP addresses (listed In Appendix C) and/or passwords. Walk-ins. Patrons not affiliated with Licensee who are physically present at Licensee's site(s) ("walk-ins").

Authorized Uses: Licensee and Authorized Users may make all use of the Licensed Materials as is consistent with the Fair Use Provisions of United States and international law. Nothing in this Agreement shall be interpreted to limit in any way whatsoever Licensee's or any Authorized User's rights under the Fair Use provisions of United States or international law to use the Licensed Materials.
The Licensed Materials may be used for purposes of teaching, research, scholarship or other non-commercial use as follows:
Display. Licensee and Authorized Users shall have the right to electronically display the Licensed Materials.
Digitally Copy. Licensee and Authorized Users may download small extracts only of the Licensed Materials.
Print Copy. Licensee and Authorized Users may print extracts of a reasonable portion of the Licensed Materials for the purposes of study and research, inclusion in essays and papers, and inclusion in materials for course work.
Photocopy. Licensee and Authorized Users may photocopy printed extracts for course work.
Recover Copying Costs. Licensee may charge a reasonable fee to cover costs of copying or printing portions of Licensed Materials for Authorized Users.
Authorized Users will be allowed to use any of the Licensor.s data including text, images, diagrams, or any other materials in their presentations, poster, publications, etc.; with the requirement that such use would be for internal and academic purposes during the License term. Materials generated under the License by Users may be used after the termination of the License for their own academic purposes but may not be distributed to any commercial entity without prior written approval by Licensor.

SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF LICENSED MATERIALS
Licensee and its Users shall not use the Licensed Materials for any purpose other than the purposes specifically permitted by this Agreement.
Unauthorized Use. Licensee shall not knowingly permit anyone other than Authorized Users to use the Licensed Materials.
Modification of Licensed Materials. Licensee shall not modify or create a derivative work of the Licensed Materials without the prior written permission of Licensor.
Removal of Copyright Notice. Licensee may not remove, obscure or modify any copyright or other notices included in the Licensed Materials.
Commercial Purposes. Other than as specifically permitted in this Agreement, Licensee may not use the Licensed Materials for commercial purposes, including but not limited to the sale, lease, assignment, loan, gift, or otherwise of the Licensed Materials or bulk reproduction or distribution of the Licensed Materials in any form; make any significant portion of the Licensed Materials available to anyone other than Users in machine readable form.
Download or copy. Licensee and its Users shall not download or copy all or any material portion of the Licensed Material to any media whatsoever, except small extracts for teaching, research, and scholarship.
Licensor has a copyright on the Licensed Material. Licensor owns the Licensed Material and neither Licensee nor Users obtain any right, title, or interest in the Licensed Materials except as expressly set forth in this Agreement.
When Licensed Content is used or referenced in any publication, essay, paper, or materials for course work, Licensor must receive appropriate attribution in accordance with the prevailing scholarly standards.

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