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RE: PsycArticles License

We recently bought PsycARTICLES, but didn't haggle over the ILL language.
We just plan not to use PsycARTICLES to fill ILL requests.

Rick Anderson
Director of Resource Acquisition
The University Libraries
University of Nevada, Reno        "The only thing worse than a
1664 No. Virginia St.              silly politician analyzing
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FX  (775) 784-1328                     -- Jonathan Alter

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
> Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 4:46 PM
> To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
> Subject: PsycArticles License
> Has anyone negotiated a licensing agreement for PsycArticles from APA?
> Our main concern with this license is with the limitations placed on ILL
> services.  The license states that we can use PsycArticles for ILL, but we
> must use print or facsimiles (which seems to exclude Ariel) and the ILL
> department must send APA a list of all requests filled using PsycArticles.
> Given our ILL operations, these limitations would, in essence, prevent us
> from using PsycArticles to fill ILL requests.
> We're in the process of asking for changes regarding these aspects of the
> licensing agreement, but we would be interested in knowing about the
> experience of others.  Thanks.  --brp
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