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Restrictive licenses again
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- Subject: Restrictive licenses again
- From: "M Ros Doig" <M.R.Doig@derby.ac.uk>
- Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 19:04:04 EST
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Dear All Thank you to all of you who responded to my previous message - the problem is far more wide spread than I thought! A further comment occurs - if in fact you can't access the e-versions in the way the publisher/supplier has laid down then in fact you are being charged for something you're not getting. I'm sure all those subs which have so-called 'free' e-versions of the print do in fact have a built-in element for said e-version in the cost of the subscription. I am sure also if I asked for a reduction in the sub to take account of this, the answer would be a swift negative monosyllable. Ros Doig Serials & Inter-lending Librarian University of Derby Learning Centre Kedleston Road Derby DE22 1GB Tel. +44 1332 591204 Fax. +44 1332 622773 Email M.R.Doig@Derby .ac.uk
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