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Acceptable Use Guidelines for Electronic Resources
Remote access to Seneca Libraries' electronic resources is limited to current Seneca students, faculty, and staff. Usage of the electronic products is monitored by Seneca College, and where incidents are found to be in violation of this agreement, the College will exercise its rights to take appropriate disciplinary action, as set forth in Seneca's Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy
It is normally acceptable to:
search, view, retrieve, and display content for non-commercial personal, instructional, or academic research needs
save, print, or make copies of reasonable amounts or parts of the resources (such as individual journal articles) for non-commercial personal use
share content with other current Seneca students, faculty, and staff
post links to specific content in such a way that it is available only to other authorized users
It is normally NOT acceptable to:
sell or re-distribute content, or provide access to someone outside of the college community, such as an employer
share content with people other than current Seneca students, faculty, and staff
post actual content or articles to Web sites or listservs, private (e.g., a corporate Intranet) or public
modify or alter the content of licensed resources in any way
engage in systematic or substantial printing, copying, or downloading of content (entire journal issues, books, etc.)
By clicking the link below, I agree to abide by Seneca Libraries' acceptable use guidelines.
Electronic Link Note: Content is for individual student use only, not for in-course distribution nor linking within MySeneca/Blackboard/Leganto by Faculty. Faculty may only refer students to content using citations.