University Of California License Agreement

1. Archiving: The contract should clearly state responsibility for the archives and allow the University of California to copy data for the purpose of preserving and/or creating a usable archive copy. If the agreement does not allow the CPU to purchase a usable preservation copy, the agreement should determine who is responsible for the permanent archiving of the resource and under what conditions the CPU can access or return the user to the archive copy. The subscription to the electronic journal should contain a printed copy of the archive of the licensed content. Some licenses are required under privacy rules to be viewable only within the CPU. These licenses use links like in this example, which require a user name and password for access. 17. ADA Compliance: The agreement should require the publisher/provider to provide its data in a form consistent with UC guidelines and practices designed for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The CDL follows the guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium. LexisNexis Academic (Lexis Nexis) [All sites, granted individually] Retreat General License Terms and Conditions for CDL licenses active on the CDL ERMS portal. 15.

Termination of access: In case of suspicion of license infringement, the publisher/provider must notify in advance fifteen days before the end of access to the website of the alleged infringement (i.e. the IP address associated with the alleged infringement). The CU has 30 days to repair the infringement before the license can be terminated by the licensor. Film Index International (ProQuest) [UCB, UCD, UCI, UCM, UCR, UCSD, UCSF, UCSB; UCSC has a local subscription and is not included in the license] 24th site: each UC campus is defined as a site and has a single administrative manager. UC Merced is a 10th campus and should be included in all licensing agreements. The UC Office of the President is an administrative unit for the system as a whole, which houses the CDL and must also have access to CDL-licensed material. 19. Magazines: THE UC favours electronic content and access prices, regardless of the price of printing.

The subscription to the electronic journal should contain a printed archive copy of the licensed content; Print campus subscriptions must be available at a discount. The cost of electronic subscriptions should be lower than the cost of printed subscriptions. The maintenance of printed subscriptions to access to the electronic product should not be necessary. The business model should provide an incentive to move from print to digital. The content of aggregators that do not have property rights should be valued in such a way as to reflect the absence of unlimited access rights. If the electronic version contains less than the printed version, the electronic version should be reduced. . .

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