The use of electronic resources and copyright regulations
The use of printouts, electronic journals, e-books and databases requires users to abide to the copyright and the agreements signed between the libraries, MALMAD and the publishers.
The downloading of full texts from a reader, e-book, an issue or entire periodical, and/or downloading for commercial advantage and systematical downloading from databases and journals, are prohibited and are a violation of the copyright law (including the use of technological means such as robots).
The resources are accessible only to the TAU community: faculty and students, and are intended for personal use only, for the purposes of research or study and not for commercial use.
Distributing or providing access to a third party who does not belong to the university is strictly prohibited.
Breaking these rules can lead to the restriction of access to the university, and is a cause for disciplinary prosecution and/or the use of all legal means available to the university.
The university community has access to the electronic resources from computers outside the university campus.
Conditional access via Internet proxy settings configuration.
For further information:
• Code of Best Practices (Hebrew) (Accessible Education Forum) March 2010
• Copyright Law (Hebrew)