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Re: Barriers to e-access

Micromedex requires access be limited to our students and faculty....This is
for the free access they provide us because we have a pharmacy program. I don't
know about full-pay licenses.

Priscilla L. Stephenson
Coordinator, Reference Services
UTHSC Health Sciences Library
877 Madison Ave.; Memphis, TN 38163
901-448-5404; voicemail -5401; FAX -7235

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Woodward, Hazel" <H.Woodward@cranfield.ac.uk>
> To: <liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu>
> Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 9:46 AM
> Subject: FW: Barriers to e-access
> Message forwarded from Mary Heaney at Wolverhampton University, UK.
> ***
> Dear colleagues
> I'm working with the Higher Education Funding Council for England on a
> paper for the Research Support Libraries Group about "Resolving barriers
> to e-access" and would value some hard data on the proportion of
> individually-negotiated licences (not standard licences such as the NESLI
> Model Licence) which do not permit walk-in users. We are particularly
> interested in specific data about uncooperative publishers in this regard,
> are there any well-known names?
> Mary