The library subscribes to a lot of databases. Can I use material I find there in the same way I'd use print materials that the library owns?


It depends. For most electronic materials, such as NexisUni or digital journal subscriptions, the terms of access to the materials are described in a contract between the library and the service provider. These terms can limit what users can do with electronic materials. You should check with a librarian to see what limitations might exist before making unusual new uses of licensed materials. 

"Fair Use Code FAQ For Professors" by Association of Research Libraries

  • Last Updated Aug 12, 2021
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  • Answered By Lori Driscoll

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