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E-aineistojen käyttöehdot: JSTOR

Description

JSTOR provides access to more than 10 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines.

In JSTOR University of Turku users have access to more than 2000 e-journals and about 25000 e-books.
 

 

Authorised users

Individuals who are affiliated with an Institutional Licensee, defined as an institution:

  • currently enrolled students (including distance education students);
  • full and part-time staff
  • on an ad hoc basis, researchers and lecturers affiliated and/or visiting under the terms of an agreement with the Institutional Licensee
  • Walk-In Users (on-site users physically present and authorized to be on the Institutional Licensee’s premises)

Permitted use

The material may be used for the purposes of study, teaching and research.

Authorized and walk-in users may

  • browse, search and retrieve the licensed material
  • print or electronically save parts of the material

Authorized users may also:

  • distribute single copies of individual items of the licensed material in incidental and non-systematic manner in print or electronic form to colleagues whether authorized users or not, for the purposes of scientific research and communication. Licensed material may not be incorporated into an unrestricted database or website.
  • incorporate articles included in the Licensed material in academic works provided that such articles are not included in a repository separate from the academic works
  • display, download or print trademarks, logos and screenshots of the material for the purpose of internal marketing or for training
  • link to the licensed material from their web sites.

Prohibited use

Institutions and users may not:

  • use or authorize the use of the JSTOR Platform or Content for commercial purposes or gains, including charging a fee-for-service for the use of JSTOR beyond reasonable printing or administrative costs. For purposes of clarification, “commercial purposes or gains” shall not include research whose end-use is commercial in nature.
  • except as set forth above, provide and/or authorize access to the Content available through Individual Access, the Publisher Sales Service, or other programs to persons or entities other than Authorized Users;
  • attempt to override, circumvent, or disable any encryption features or software protections employed in the JSTOR Platform;
  • undertake any activity such as the use of computer programs that automatically download or export Content, commonly known as web robots, spiders, crawlers and wanderers
  • undertake coordinated or systematic activity between or among two or more individuals and/or entities that, in the aggregate, constitutes downloading and/or distributing a significant portion of the Content

 

Access

Access by IP-address in the university network.

Remote access is permitted for Authorized Users using University of Turku's utu-username.

Interlibrary loan

  • Institutional Licensees may use Licensed Content for Interlibrary Loan provided that such use is not at a volume that would substitute for a subscription to the journal, acquisition of access to a Book, or participation in JSTOR by the receiving institution
  • For Books, this shall mean Interlibrary Loan shall be restricted to a single copy of a Book chapter.
  • Content shall be from one library to another (not directly to users) through post or fax, or secure electronic transmission, such as Ariel or its equivalent.