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Uncork YoUr Licenses!
How oniX-PL can HeLP
License data fLow
a toUr of tHe oniX-PL
License encoding
Project… Charleston Co...
incLUded in tHe toUr…
•Introduction & Project Status
•Steps involved in encoding
•Where to find the encoded licenses

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introdUction and Project statUs
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Funded by Mellon in February 2013
Project began in March
Training provided by Dav...
first steP: reacHing oUt to
PUbLisHers

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steP 2: tHe originaL License in editabLe teXt

4. Permitted Use and Prohibitions
Authorized Users may download, save, and ...
Step 3: re-numbering
4. Permitted Use and Prohibitions
4.1 Authorized Users may download, save, and print articles from th...
next StepS: applying the Onix-pl Schema in
Ople

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(uSage termS cOntinued…)

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and the laSt elementS Of SectiOn 4
(in general termS)

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Summary View:
what yOu may dO

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Summary View:
what you may Not do

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XmL View

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where to FiNd the
Project’S eNcoded LiceNSeS
GOKb will be hosting the Project’s Completed
Encodings. Estimated time of ava...
FiLe tab iN GoKb

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Summar View tab iN GoKb

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AdditionAl ResouRces
• NISO ONIX-PL Encoding Project:
http://www.niso.org/workrooms/onixplencoding/
• EDItEUR: http://www....
thAnk you!
i welcome youR questions,
both now And viA emAil
Selden Durgom Lamoureux
SDLinforms
selden.lamoureux@gmail.com
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Uncork Your Licenses! How ONIX-PL can help License data flow tour of the ONIX-PL License Encoding Project…
Selden Durgom Lamoureux
SDLinforms
Charleston Conference
November 8, 2013

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  1. 1. Uncork YoUr Licenses! How oniX-PL can HeLP License data fLow a toUr of tHe oniX-PL License encoding Project… Charleston Conference November 8, 2013 Selden Durgom Lamoureux SDLinforms selden.lamoureux@gmail.com
  2. 2. incLUded in tHe toUr… •Introduction & Project Status •Steps involved in encoding •Where to find the encoded licenses 2
  3. 3. introdUction and Project statUs • • • • Funded by Mellon in February 2013 Project began in March Training provided by David Martin at EDItEUR Target of at least 30 licenses: 15 publisher license & 15 library/consortial model licenses • Early participants include: Elsevier, Nature Publishing Group, Springer, JSTOR, Duke University Press, Walter de Gruyter 3
  4. 4. first steP: reacHing oUt to PUbLisHers 4
  5. 5. steP 2: tHe originaL License in editabLe teXt 4. Permitted Use and Prohibitions Authorized Users may download, save, and print articles from the Licensed Materials database for their own noncommercial educational and research use, but may not further disseminate these articles in their electronic form without express written permission from the Licensor. It is strictly prohibited for the Licensee to download copies of the entire database for any purpose without express written permission. The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to ensure that access to and use of the Licensed Materials is limited to Authorized Users. Provisions for sharing by the Licensee of the electronic versions of articles from the Licensed Materials with persons outside the Licensee’s campus or institution, or with other institutions affiliated with the Licensee, may be negotiated between the Licensor and the Licensee (with or without additional subscription fees being required by the Licensor). Any such amendments will not be valid unless attached in writing to this License Agreement. Interlibrary loan: Interlibrary loan: A hard copy printed from the electronic files of the Licensed Materials may be supplied to another institution by mail or fax or secure transmission using Ariel or its equivalent (whereby the electronic file is deleted immediately after printing). The supply of such copies must conform to CONTU (National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works) guidelines or similar restrictions to “fair use” provisions under copyright law. Coursepacks: Copies for course or research use that are supplied to the end user at no cost may be made without explicit permission or fee. Copies that are provided to the end user for a copying fee may not be made without payment of permission fees to the Licensor. 5
  6. 6. Step 3: re-numbering 4. Permitted Use and Prohibitions 4.1 Authorized Users may download, save, and print articles from the Licensed Materials database for their own noncommercial educational and research use, but may not further disseminate these articles in their electronic form without express written permission from Licensor. 4.2 It is strictly prohibited for the Licensee to download copies of the entire database for any purpose without express written permission. 4.3 The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to ensure that access to and use of the Licensed Materials is limited to Authorized Users. 4.4 Provisions for sharing by the Licensee of the electronic versions of articles from the Licensed Materials with persons outside the Licensee’s campus or institution, or with other institutions affiliated with the Licensee, may be negotiated between the Licensor and the Licensee (with or without additional subscription fees being required by the Licensor). Any such amendments will not be valid unless attached in writing to this License Agreement. 4.5 Interlibrary loan: A hard copy printed from the electronic files of the Licensed Materials may be supplied to another institution by mail or fax or secure transmission using Ariel or its equivalent (whereby the electronic file is deleted immediately after printing). The supply of such copies must conform to CONTU (National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works) guidelines or similar restrictions to “fair use” provisions under copyright law. 4.6 Coursepacks: Copies for course or research use that are supplied to the end user at no cost may be made without explicit permission or fee. Copies that are provided to the end user for a copying fee may not be made without payment of permission fees to the Licensor. 4.7 Electronic reserves: Articles for course or research use that are supplied to the end user at no cost may be made without explicit permission or fee. Articles that are provided to the end user for a fee of any sort may not be made without payment of permission fees to the Licensor. E-reserves should be posted on a secure site accessible to class members only, and articles purged from the e-reserve system at the end of each semester. 6
  7. 7. next StepS: applying the Onix-pl Schema in Ople 7
  8. 8. (uSage termS cOntinued…) 8
  9. 9. and the laSt elementS Of SectiOn 4 (in general termS) 9
  10. 10. Summary View: what yOu may dO 10
  11. 11. Summary View: what you may Not do 11
  12. 12. XmL View 12
  13. 13. where to FiNd the Project’S eNcoded LiceNSeS GOKb will be hosting the Project’s Completed Encodings. Estimated time of availability is January 2014. October 3, 2013 ONIX-PL Training Webinar #1 13
  14. 14. FiLe tab iN GoKb 14
  15. 15. Summar View tab iN GoKb 15
  16. 16. AdditionAl ResouRces • NISO ONIX-PL Encoding Project: http://www.niso.org/workrooms/onixplencoding/ • EDItEUR: http://www.editeur.org/21/ONIX-PL/ 16
  17. 17. thAnk you! i welcome youR questions, both now And viA emAil Selden Durgom Lamoureux SDLinforms selden.lamoureux@gmail.com Slide background from: Abandoned Village, Craco by David Martin 17
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