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Re: FW: Usage data/license etc.
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- Subject: Re: FW: Usage data/license etc.
- From: Donnice Cochenour <firstname.lastname@example.org.ColoState.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 17:36:12 EST
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Chuck, In May 2001, Colorado State University successfully negotiated changes to the Electrochemical Society's license. They would not add or replace language, but agreed to strike out paragraphs containing language we could not accept. Specifically, we requested deletion of paragraphs regarding jurisdiction and indemnification. My contact at that time was Mary Yess, Director of Publications: email@example.com ---- Donnice Cochenour Serials Librarian Colorado State University Libraries Fort Collins, CO 80523-1019 voice: (970) 491-1821 fax: (970) 491-4611 firstname.lastname@example.org "Hamaker, Chuck" wrote: > Various: > > I'm wondering if anyone has figured out how to use American Chemical > Society usage data easily - they seem to have pretty good and generally > standard information, but their formatting is such that you can't easily > group all data into a spreadsheet. Their text file for import to a > spreadsheet doesn't "line up". i.e. each title/data set is separate and > has to be manually manipulated to get it into any standard format. > has anyone had any sucess getting responses to licensing/contract > language issues from the Electrochemical Society, WorldScientific, or > Amazon.com (for their corporate account)? > > Thanks > > Chuck Hamaker > Associate University Librarian for Collections and Technical Services > Atkins Library > University of North Carolina Charlotte > 704 687-2825