Terms and Conditions for AIAA
Terms and conditions apply to University of Maryland, College Park
Publisher:
Vendor: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Most electronic resources are protected by copyright and also subject to a variety of licensing restrictions on access and use. Your campus may also have additional policies that govern the use of electronic resources. Some important terms and restrictions for AIAA are listed below. Please ask us for further assistance.
Limitations on access
Limitations on simultaneous users: Unlimited
Walk-in library use permitted? Yes
Remote access permitted? Yes
Additional restrictions on usage
Printing: Permitted. Note: Authorized Users may view, download or print a reasonable portion of the Published Materials for their personal scholarly research and educational use in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Individual items that are downloaded for personal scholarly research and/or educational use shall not be distributed to any third party either electronically or in print unless specified otherwise under the terms contained herein .
Downloading: Permitted. Note: Authorized Users may view, download or print a reasonable portion of the Published Materials for their personal scholarly research and educational use in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Individual items that are downloaded for personal scholarly research and/or educational use shall not be distributed to any third party either electronically or in print unless specified otherwise under the terms contained herein .
Sharing: Prohibited. Note: Individual items that are downloaded for personal scholarly research and/or educational use shall not be distributed to any third party either electronically or in print unless specified otherwise under the terms contained herein.
Other Access Restrictions: ILL: Except as set forth in Section 6 and elsewhere in this Agreement, Licensee may use the Published Materials to fulfill requests for InterLibrary Loans (ILL) in compliance with Section 108 of the United States Copyright Law (17 USC 108, "Limitations on exclusive rights: Reproduction by libraries and archives") and clause 3 of the Guidelines for the Proviso of Subsection 1 08(g)(2) prepared by the National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works (CONTU). ILL shall include requests to support non-commercial use by patrons of other libraries. At the time an Interlibrary Loan request is fulfilled, Licensee shall notify the requester that the item may be used only for the requester's personal scholarly, research, and educational use, and if the item was transmitted electronically, that a single copy only of the item is to be printed (which itself may not be further copied) and that the electronic file must be destroyed after the item has been printed.
Restrictions on library services
Interlibrary Loan: Permitted
Interlibrary Loan Delivery: Print or fax. Electronic. Secure Transmission. Follow CONTU guidelines. Can only lend to non-profits.
Archiving: No
Perpetual Access: Yes. Note: AIAA shall endeavor to provide access to the Published Materials on an ongoing basis. Licensee shall continue to have access to the Published Materials for which License Fees have been received under the terms of this Agreement.
Coursepack usage
Paper coursepacks: No
Electronic coursepacks: No
Notes: License silent, US copyright (fair use) law prevails.
License description
License PDF: [License]
Date of license: 08/06/2014
Subscription/renewal term: 08/06-08/05
Managing library: University of Maryland, College Park
Other information
Breach instructions: Termination for Default. If either Party breaches a term of this Agreement, the other Party may send written notice of the breach. If the breach is not cured within thirty (30) days, or all reasonable actions to cure breach have not been taken, or ifthe Parties do not reach a satisfactory agreement on extending the cure period, then the non-breaching Party may terminate this Agreement effective immediately upon written notice. Refunds. In the event that AIAA is in breach of this Agreement and tails to cure such breach and parties do not reach an extension of the curing period or satisfactory resolution, then the parties will mutually agree to appropriate pro rata refunds.
General Note: Termination for Convenience. Either Party to this Agreement may terminate the Agreement upon sixty (60) days written notice to the other Party. In the event Licensee terminates this Agreement pursuant to this section, AIAA shall not pay a partial or full refund of the License Fee to Licensee.
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