Databases, e-journals, e-books and other electronic resources made available through the Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library are licensed. Terms of the licensing agreements, which vary from vendor to vendor, specify who is permitted to access the information and how it may be used.
Who Can Access Electronic Resources?
Electronic resources are made available to authorized users: Augusta University faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students. Access is granted on campus, or at remote locations after authentication through the Augusta University website. (Note: Some electronic resources cannot be made available to non-Augusta University walk-in users.)
What Is Generally Permitted:
What Is Generally Prohibited?
Use of Library databases and other electronic resources is governed by U.S. Copyright law and terms of contractual licensing agreements. Information providers retain copyright and all other intellectual property rights in the content presented. Uses beyond what is allowed by Fair Use limitations (sections 107 and 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law) require permission of the publisher. Failure to comply may result in individual or institutional revocation of access to electronic resources, as well as liability for copyright infringement including damages.