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Here is a quick guide:
– download one article per journal issue per session. Viewing an article on the screen counts as a download, not just saving an electronic copy of the file. A session is a continuous period of time using the computer, like a login. You are not limited to one session per day.
– print out a single copy of an article
You may not
– change or delete any copyright information
– systematically download licensed content (i.e. viewing, printing or saving more than one journal article per issue per session)
– display or distribute licensed material (this includes emailing a pdf, for example)
– allow anyone else except authorised users to access the licensed content
– use the licensed content for any commercial purpose (unless you obtain written permission in advance from the publisher)
Further information may be found on the OULS Copyright page.
Being on-campus means that you are using a computer within the University’s IT network. If you are not using such a computer, you are working off-campus and will need to use your SSO to login for remote access to electronic resources.
You are entitled to remote access if you are a current student or staff member of the University (blue card holder). Owing to the terms of the licences we have for our e-resources, if you do not fall into this category, you are not entitled to remote access. However, you may still use e-resources as a walk-in user in Oxford libraries if you have a valid entry card for that library.
For journals, you may look up the title on OLIS to see if there is a print copy available.
Decisions about which electronic resources to subscribe to are made by subject librarians, and paid for from their budgets.
If you would like to recommend a resource for purchase, please visit the Proposals Page to view resources suggested by others, and to propose a resource yourself (note: this page is only available on-campus).