Terms of using pre-paid electronic resources:
- Users of the UCU Library are required to adhere to the terms and conditions of use of electronic resources.
- All licensed prepaid resources are protected by the terms of the license agreements with the providers. It is allowed to create separate copies (electronic and in printed form) of articles and other documents only for research and educational purposes.
- In no way, electronic and printed copies accessible through the databases may not be used for commercial purposes.
- Users are not allowed to download system logs or individual releases.
- It is forbidden to copy bases and any of their parts / collections with automatic download programs.
- Access to resources is controlled by IP addresses (without any restrictions from any computer in the campus).
JSTOR (Journal STORage) – Nonprofit Organization (New York). Offers paid service access to online archives of older numbers of peer-reviewed journals. The texts fall in electronic form (E-Text) into the archive after digitization. JSTOR has over 2000 titles of magazines in 20 collections (57 disciplines), more than 50 million scanned pages. The database contains 344 thousand separate magazine numbers, 7.1 million articles. Access: without restrictions from any computer on campus Access period: 2014-2016
JSTOR also offers you the following access programs: Early Journal Content free access While most JSTOR magazine content is kept under license from publishers, some are public domain. Since September 2011, JSTOR has introduced Early Journal Content free access, which provides free access to half a million articles from two hundred editions (that is, 6% of all articles available in JSTOR). These articles are published:
- в США до 1923 року
- in other countries – until 1870 Register & Read
In March 2012, JSTOR launched the experimental program Register & amp; Read to offer free access to anyone who registers to MyJSTOR. According to the program, a user can read online a limited number of articles for a period of time (3 articles every 2 weeks). The program has 1300 magazines available for online reading. Read more
The School of Law of the Ukrainian Catholic University, has access to HeinOnline – one of the largest international legal databases. This is the world’s largest database of legal research in pdf format. It covers over 160,000 titles, 150 million pages, and more than 2400 periodicals. Used in 175 countries. Access to HeinOnline is provided with the financial support of the OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine.
HeinOnline can be used not only for employees and students of the Ukrainian Catholic University. Anyone interested can get free access directly at the Center to them. Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky. UCU is the first in Ukraine, which has and offers such access to all those wishing to.
Video how to use the database at the link www.home.heinonline.org