LexisNexis Academic


LexisNexis Academic is a full-text database with access to over 10,000 news, business, and legal sources. Included are more than 2500 newspapers, more than 1000 magazines and journals, wire services, broadcast transcripts, and more. LexisNexis Academic also provides legal primary sources such as case law, statutes, and regulations, and legal secondary sources such as more than 1500 legal newspapers, magazines, and newsletters, and law review articles from over 500 journals.

Authorized Users: 
Higher Education Institutions: Enrolled students, active instructors, active faculty, and administrative staff. In addition, unaffiliated, walk-in library patrons may be Authorized Users provided that they are using the Services on-site at the Subscribing Institution’s library and all use of the Services is occasional and insubstantial, initiated by the patron, consistent with their use of other library resources and is not deemed by LN to be detrimental to the interests of LN or its content providers (”Authorized Walk-In Users”). Any person, other than an Authorized Walk-In User, who does not possess an authorized and valid college or university identification, is not an Authorized User.
InterLibrary Loan License: 
e) To the extent permitted by applicable copyright law and not further limited or prohibited herein or by the Supplemental Terms for Specific Materials, the Subscribing Institutions may make copies (including digital copies) of Materials retrieved from the Service and distribute the Materials and copies as part of a formal inter-library loan (ILL) program, where this program is administered directly by the Subscribing Institution, restricted to official ILL partner libraries, and operated in compliance with Section 108 of the Copyright Act of 1976 and with guidelines developed by the National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Words (CONTU guidelines), the text of which is available as part of U.S. Copyright Office Circular 21.
Coursepacks License: 
Subscribing Institution shall also have the right to: a) create course packs (in print or digital form) and allow access through reserves (print or digital) for their Authorized Users to the extent permissible by applicable copyright Law and not further limited or prohibited by the Supplemental Terms for Specific Materials
Allowed Use: 
3. Grant LN hereby grants to each Subscribing Institution and its Authorized Users a non-exclusive, nontransferable, limited license to access and use for research purposes the Services licensed to the Subscribing Institution by means of a Subscription Order, either submitted by the Subscribing Institution or the consortium acting on its behalf. All research shall be directly connected to the educational activities of the Subscribing Institution. Any other use of the Services is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. The Services and any portion thereof shall remain the property of LN. Neither the Subscribing Institution nor its Authorized Users shall, or allow others to, create derivative products for resale. this license includes for each Authorized User:
Prohibited Use: 
5. Restrictions Authorized Users may not use the Materials to determine a consumer’s eligibility for (a) credit or insurance for personal, family, or household purposes; (b) employment; or (c) a government license or benefit.Use of the Service for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Access to the Services shall not be shared with unauthorized users from accessing or using the Services.Except as set forth in Section 3(d) above, all access to and use of the Online Services via mechanical, programmatic, robotic, scripted or any other automated means is strictly prohibited and use of the Services is permitted only via manually conducted, discrete, individual search and retrieval activities.Subscribing Institutions that are Higher Education Institutions shall not encourage or promote the use of the Services by walk-in users, and shall cooperate with LN to identify and stop any use by walk-in users that is detrimental to the interests of LN or its content providers.Other provisions that govern Authorized Users use of the Services are set forth in the Supplemental Terms for Specific Materials, online descriptions of files, online notices following file selection, and individual documents retrieved from the Services (collectively, the “Additional Terms”), all of which are incorporated by reference into this Agreement. The Supplemental Terms for Specific Materials may be retrieved, viewed or printed at http://www.lexisnexis.com/terms/supplemental/ on the LexisNexis website.
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