Answered By: Digital Library Services Team Last Updated: Sep 26, 2017 Views: 70
Free Internet resources generally have no restrictions on how they can be used.
However, services for which the Library pays a subscription fee always have strict and legally-binding restrictions relating to their usage.
Providers of such services demand that University students and academic staff use these resources only to support their academic work.
Use on behalf of external employers or for external contracts is not permitted.
The specific terms and conditions of use of individual electronic resources can be viewed either on the web site of the resource or in the description of the resource.