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Terms of use for e-resources: OECD iLibrary

Description

 

OECD iLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Subject areas are Agriculture & Food, Development, Education, Economics, Employment, Energy, Environment, Finance and Investment, Governance, Industry and Services, Nuclear Energy, Science & Technology, Social Issues/Migration and Health, Taxation, Trade, Transport and Urban, Rural and Regional Development.

Content items (September 2017)
• 11 480 ebook titles
• 58 070 chapters
• 167 740 tables and graphs
• 6 495 articles
• 5 380 multilingual summaries
• 5 460 working papers
• 5 billion data points across 42 databases.

Owning organisation: LUT

Authorised users

 

Authorized Users are current members of the faculty, staff, researchers, (whether on a permanent, temporary, contract or visiting basis) of the Licensee and students at the Licensee's organization.

Walk-in Users are persons who are permitted to access the Licensed Material from computer terminals within the Library Premises.

Permitted use

Authorised and Walk-in Users may:
- Access the SourceOECD electronically via the Internet at the Authorized Sites.
- Search, download, view, retrieve and display the SourceOECD.
- Electronically save parts of the SourceOECD for personal use.
- Print off single copies of parts of the SourceOECD.
- Distribute single copies of parts of the SourceOECD in print or electronic form to other Authorised Users.
- Distribute single copies of parts of the SourceOECD in print or electronic form to colleagues, whether Authorised Users or not, for the purposes of scientific research and communication or to be used for the basis of discussion groups.

Authorised Users may:
- Access the SourceOECD electronically via a remote access and using a secured authentication at their homes or elsewhere outside the Authorised Sites
- Incorporate excerpts from the SourceOECD for use in printed or electronic course packs for educational purposes in connection with specific courses offered for academic credit at the Authorised Sites.

Prohibited use

Other use of The Licensed Material, than the ones described above is prohibited.

Remote access

 

Authorised users are allowed remote access to the Licensed Material by logging into the secure network of a Consortium Member Organization.

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