as of July 15, 2015
ACA grants the Subscriber and authorized users at the Subscriber's institution the right to access the electronic version of those ACA publications for which the Subscriber has a valid subscription. It is a condition of receiving access to the electronic journals that any person who violates either the copyright or the restrictions on distribution, or who condones such acts, may be deprived of future access, without compensation or refund, while ACA retains the further right to any legal remedies that may be available.
2. Authorized Users
Authorized users are defined as employees, faculty, and students of the Subscriber who access the electronic journals from a computer terminal within the range of the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses provided by the Subscriber at time of purchase for the authorized site. Access to the electronic journal by persons other than those listed above is restricted to the use of a computer terminal located in a Subscriber library.
3. Authorized Site
Because Archivaria is a benefit provided to member of the Association of Canadian Archivists, as well as being available by subscription, authorized access to reserved articles and reviews is narrowly defined. An authorized site is a campus building (i.e. a library or resource centre). Affiliated locations outside of the defined site are considered to be separate sites. Within a multi-company complex or building, each company is considered to be a separate site.
4. Usage Restrictions
The Subscriber and authorized users may view, print, and download single copies of articles or other content for personal use. The Subscriber and authorized users may not make copies for general distribution, for advertising or other promotional purposes, for creating new collective works, or for any resale purpose such as document delivery. For such uses, separate agreements must be made with the ACA. The Subscriber will notify all authorized users of permitted and prohibited use, and the Subscriber will take any corrective action necessary against authorized users who contravene these conditions.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored, or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the written permission of the publisher, except as stated below. The ACA grants permission to individuals to download or print single copies of articles for personal use. Any person may reproduce short excerpts from articles in the journals for any purpose that respects the moral rights of authors, provided that the source is fully acknowledged. Authorization to reproduce items for other than personal use, as stated above, is granted by the ACA provided that the appropriate copyright fee is paid directly to CANCOPY, One Yonge Street, Suite 1900, Toronto, ON, Canada M5E 1E5, or to the copyright organization of the country of the user (e. g. Copyright Clearance Centre in the US, or The Copyright Unit in the UK). The above permission does not extend to other kinds of copying, such as copying for general distribution, for advertising, or promotional purposes, for creating new collective works, or for resale. For such copying, arrangements must be made with the publisher Association of Canadian Archivists, P. O. Box 2596, Station D, Ottawa, ON, K1P 5W6 Canada.
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