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- Students, staff (lecturers, researchers, other staff members) of the university and personal users are entitled to use the electronic documents purchased or subscribed by the library. They may access these documents, search, browse, print, download and store parts of the documents.
- Electronic documents must not be modified, neither can copyright notices be altered or deleted. It is also forbidden to systematically download the e-documents and use them for economic purposes.
- Documents may be used in education or science with proper referencing.
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