1. SCIS Terms of Sale and Subscription Terms of Use

2. SCIS Website Terms of Use

3. SCIS Terms of Use for Free Trial

4. SCIS Terms Of Use for Complimentary Access - Lecturer

5. SCIS Terms Of Use for Complimentary Access - Tertiary Student

 

 

 

1. SCIS Terms of Sale and Subscription Terms of Use

Terms of Sale

Last updated: August 2017

All Customers:

All orders are firm sale only.

If selecting to ‘Pay Now’, payment must be made immediately and will be taken in the currency stated at checkout.

If selecting ‘Request Invoice’, payment is due within 14 days of invoice date and must be made in the currency stated on your invoice. Notification of incorrect invoices must be made to Education Services Australia within 7 days of invoice date.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

SCIS Subscription Orders

SCIS Subscription Orders are twelve month standing orders and are effective from the first day of the subsequent month. Customers who subscribe midway through the year will receive the current calendar year pricing for the full twelve month subscription period. Product use is subject to the copyright requirements as outlined in the relevant terms of use.

Barcode Scanners

Barcode scanners are only available for customers located in Australia.

Notification of incorrect supply or damaged goods must be made to Education Services Australia within 7 days of invoice date. Authority to return goods must be obtained from Education Services Australia staff prior to any return.

Professional Learning

Registration and Cancellation Policy

Submission of the online booking form is considered a firm registration unless a note is made on the form that school approval is required. Schools will be invoiced prior to the professional learning event. Please indicate on the form if you require a personal rather than a school invoice.

Workshops

The workshop cost includes materials and light catering.

Registration is charged per person. Fees for registrations cancelled less than 14 days before the workshop date, and for all non-attendees, are not refundable. However, a substitute person may attend.

Webinars

Registration is charged per person, per session. Once invoiced, ESA will not accept cancellations.

Disclaimer

Product information in SCIS brochures and on the SCIS website is provided in good faith and is current at time of publication. The contents of SCIS brochures and the SCIS website are subject to change at the sole discretion of Education Services Australia.

To the extent lawful:

  • Education Services Australia gives no other warranty, express or implied, and will not be liable for any loss (including consequential loss) or damage of any nature from the use or inability to use SCIS products; and
  • the liability of Education Services Australia for breach of any implied warranty or condition which cannot be excluded but can be limited, is limited, at Education Services Australia’s option to resupply of the product ordered by you or paying for its resupply.

Governing Law

These terms of sale are governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Victoria and the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of or exercising jurisdiction in that State.

 

SCIS Subscription Terms of Use

Please note that no-one is authorised to access SCIS Products without agreeing to be bound by these terms of use.

Last updated: August 2017

Definitions and Interpretation

Authority Files: the Authority Files product or any part of it;

Book Cover Images: the book cover images available on SCIS Data;

Education Services Australia Ltd (ABN 18 007 342 421) (ESA): the entity which owns and/or has rights to license, SCIS Products;

Enhanced Content: the additional content (excluding Book Cover Images) that can be viewed but not downloaded for each record in SCIS catalogue;

Including: is not a word of limitation and is not intended to be limited by specific examples;

Library: the library of the School which is authorised by ESA to access SCIS Products in accordance with these terms of use;

Library System: an electronic library system used in the Library;

Records: the records downloaded, imported or copied pursuant to clause 1(b);

SCIS Data: the SCIS Data product or any part of it;

SCIS Products: either SCIS Data or SCIS Data and Authority Files depending upon whether or not the School has subscribed to SCIS Data only or SCIS Data and Authority Files;

SCIS Website: means the website https://www.scisdata.com/;

School: the school specified in the SCIS Products subscription order form and which has agreed to these terms of use; and

Subscription Period: twelve months.

Terms of Use

1. Subject to these terms of use, for the Subscription Period, ESA grants to the School a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to:

(a) access the SCIS Products; and

(b) download, import or copy Records from the SCIS database for use only within the Library; and

(c) copy Book Cover Images from SCIS Data for use only:

              (i) on the School’s online library catalogues;

              (ii) on the School's website including blogs, wikis, online newsletters and school intranet; and

              (iii) within the School; and

(d) where the School has subscribed to Authority Files, download and import Authority Files from the SCIS Website for use only:

              (i) on the School’s online library catalogues; and

              (ii) within the School.

2. Subject to clause 3, ESA:

  • owns the copyright in the Records; and
  • retains all rights to SCIS Products.

Except as permitted by these terms of use, the School must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of the ESA under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) in relation to the SCIS Products, including copy, distribute or transfer the Records, or permit any third party to do so.

3. Relevant copyright owners retain all rights to the:

  • Book Cover Images. Except as permitted by these terms of use, the School must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of the copy right owners under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) in relation to the Book Cover Images, including, copy, distribute or transfer the Book Cover Images or permit any third party to do so; and
  • Enhanced Content. Where the copyright owner is a third party, the relevant copyright owner’s terms of use (Syndetics, LibraryThing for Libraries) govern use of the Enhanced Content.

4. The School must take all reasonable steps to preserve the confidential nature of SCIS Products.

5. ESA may terminate access to SCIS Products:

(a) at any time by informing the School in writing of termination; or

(b) immediately if the School commits any breach of the terms of use, including infringing the copyright of the Records, Book Cover Images or Enhanced Content.

6. If access to SCIS Products is terminated pursuant to clause 5, the School will immediately, destroy or return to ESA all copies of the SCIS Products including Records, Book Cover Images and Enhanced Content and, at the request of ESA, provide written assurance to ESA of compliance with this clause 6.

7. Upon commencement of subscription to SCIS Products, the School must:

  • immediately choose a secure alternate password to the default password issued by ESA;
  • secure their subscriber user name and password.

8. The School and all people within the School with access to the School’s SCIS username and password must not divulge or communicate the School's subscriber user name or password to any third party or assist or allow any third party to access SCIS Products.

9. Without limiting clause 12, the School agrees to undertake virus scanning and virus checks necessary to ensure that any material downloaded from SCIS Products will not corrupt its data or software systems.

10. ESA provides a limited warranty that accessibility and usability of SCIS Products will be substantially in accordance with the description of SCIS Products at https://www.scisdata.com/products/scis-data/ and, if applicable, https://www.scisdata.com/products/authority-files/ .

11. To the extent that:

(a) ESA breaches the limited warranty provided in clause 10; or

(b) ESA's liability cannot be lawfully excluded,

the School's exclusive remedy is, at ESA's option, full or unexpired subscription credit with ESA of the subscription price paid, or resupply of the SCIS subscription.

12. To the extent lawful, ESA gives no other representation or warranty with respect to SCIS Products, either express or implied including, but not limited to, performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information on SCIS Products, application errors, omissions or viruses. The entire risk in relation to the results and performance of SCIS Products is assumed by the School. ESA will not be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damage arising out of the use or inability to use SCIS Products, even if ESA is notified by the School of the possibility of such damages. Specifically, ESA is not liable for any costs including those incurred as a result of lost profits or revenue, loss of the use of the SCIS Products, loss of data and equipment, of data or claims by third parties.

13. Clauses 2, 3, 6 and 12 survive termination or expiry of these terms of use.

14. If the School uses a cloud based system where catalogue records are shared or collective, then it may transfer the Records to such system provided that:

(a) informs ESA of the intention to do so, and

(b) ensures that content in the MARC fields: 082, 380, 385, 5xx, 6xx and 852 of the Records is not shared and is available only to the School.

15. The School agrees to ensure the following content, where such fields exist, is not edited or deleted:

(a) MARC field 003 or 035 where the code au-mesci is displayed;

(b) MARC field 038 where the code au-meesa is displayed;

(c) MARC field 040; and

(d) The codes scot or scisshl in 6xx MARC fields.

16. These terms of use are governed by the laws of Victoria.

For more information contact: [email protected]

 

 

2. SCIS Website Terms of Use

The Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS) provides a central cataloguing service for school libraries. SCIS is a business unit of Education Services Australia Limited (ESA), a national, not-for-profit company established by all Australian Ministers of Education. 

Use of the website

Your use of the SCIS website is subject to these terms of use. If you do not agree to these terms of use, you must not use the SCIS website.

Copyright

Unless indicated otherwise, the material on the SCIS website is owned by ESA,

© Education Services Australia Limited 2017

For all ESA owned material on the SCIS website, provided acknowledgement is made to the source, schools are permitted to copy material freely for communication with teachers, students, parents or community members. No part may be reproduced for any use other than that permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 without written permission from the SCIS Unit at Education Services Australia Ltd.

are made available under a CC0 License. This allows for free personal and commercial use with no attribution required.

Images of libraries were taken at Melbourne High School and Camberwell Girls Grammar School.

Many of the catalogue records displayed in SCIS catalogue for books also display a cover image. A licence arrangement with Thorpe Bowker allows ESA to display book cover images in the SCIS database. Unless you are have agreed to relevant terms of use for SCIS Data or SCIS Data and Authority Files, you may only view book cover images in the SCIS database.

Enhanced descriptive data displayed in SCIS catalogue may be provided by third parties and this content is labelled with terms of use specific to the data.

Users of SCIS products are required to accept the terms of use relevant to their type of access at the time of signing up.

Disclaimer

  1. Content Provided ‘As is’

Education Services Australia (ESA) has compiled the content on the SCIS website in good faith and has endeavoured to ensure that all content is accurate and does not breach any entity’s rights at the time of its inclusion.  However, the content may contain unintentional errors and is provided “as is”.  You use the SCIS website entirely at your own risk as ESA makes no representations as to, and accepts no liability for, the accuracy or otherwise of the content.

  1. Third Parties and Their Products

ESA does not necessarily sponsor, approve of or endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants or documentation referenced in the SCIS website other than SCIS products.

  1. Links Provided for Ease of Reference

The SCIS website contains links to internet sites maintained by entities not connected to or controlled by ESA.  The links are provided for ease of reference only and ESA does not necessarily sponsor or approve of any material contained on these sites.  Your access to the sites and use of their content is entirely at your own risk as ESA makes no representations as to, and accepts no liability for, the accuracy or otherwise of the content of the sites. 

  1. Social Media

ESA uses social media services to keep SCIS users and potential users up to date.

Whilst during business hours ESA makes reasonable efforts to:

  • monitor content posted on its SCIS social media sites; and
  • moderate content posted on its SCIS social media sites;

ESA cannot control all content posted to its SCIS social media sites.

You assume all risk from your use of SCIS social media sites.

To the extent lawful, ESA makes no warranties and is not liable for the content posted to its social media services or any loss or damage you may suffer from use of SCIS social media sites.

  1. Inherent Insecurity of the Internet

ESA has in place various security measures to protect the SCIS website from unauthorised access. However, the internet is an insecure public network and there is always a risk that activity on the internet is being viewed, intercepted or modified by third parties or that files downloaded from the internet may contain computer viruses, disabling codes, worms or other devices or defects. You should take precautions to ensure that your computer has up to date technological protections in place and that anything you select to download from the SCIS website is free of viruses or other contamination that may interfere with or damage your computer system, software or data.

  1. Exclusion of Warranties and Indemnities

To the extent lawful, ESA:

  • excludes all warranties in respect of the SCIS website and any content available on it; and
  • is not liable for any loss or damage however caused resulting from the use of the SCIS website; and
  • will not be liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages of any nature arising from the use of or inability to use the SCIS website or any content available on it.

 

 

3. SCIS Terms of Use for Free Trial

Please note that no-one is authorised to access SCIS Data as a trial user without agreeing to be bound by these terms of use.

Last updated: August 2017

Definitions and interpretation:

Book Cover Images: the book cover images available on SCIS Data;

Education Services Australia Ltd (ABN 18 007 342 421) (ESA): the entity which owns and/or has rights to license, SCIS Data;

Enhanced Content: the additional content (excluding Book Cover Images) that can be viewed but not downloaded for each record in SCIS catalogue;

Free Trial Period: ten consecutive days;

Including: is not a word of limitation and is not intended to be limited by specific examples;

Library: the library of the School which is authorised by ESA to access SCIS Data in accordance with these terms of use;

Library System: an electronic library system used in the Library;

Records: the SCIS records downloaded, imported or copied pursuant to clause 1(b);

SCIS Data: the SCIS Data product or any part of it; and

School: means the school specified in the SCIS Data subscription order form which has agreed to these terms of use.

Terms of Use

1. Subject to these terms of use, for the Free Trial Period, ESA grants to the School a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to:

(a) access SCIS Data; and

(b) download, import or copy up to 20 SCIS records from SCIS Data for use only within the Library; and

(c) copy Book Cover Images from SCIS Data for use only:

              (i) on the School’s online library catalogues;

              (ii) on the School's website including blogs, wikis, online newsletters and school intranet; and

              (iii) within the School.                           

2. Subject to clause 3, ESA:

  • owns the copyright in all Records; and
  • retains all rights to SCIS Data.

Except as permitted by these terms of use, the School must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of ESA under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) in relation to the Records, including copy, distribute or transfer the Records, or permit any third party to do so.

3. Relevant copyright owners retain all rights to the:

  • Book Cover Images. Except as permitted by these terms of use, a School must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of the copyright owners of the Book Cover Images under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), including copy, distribute or transfer the Book Cover Images or permit any third party to do so; and
  • Enhanced Content. Where the copyright owner is a third party, the relevant copyright owner’s terms of use (Syndetics, LibraryThing for Libraries) govern use of the Enhanced Content.

4. The School must take all reasonable steps to preserve the confidential nature of SCIS Records.

5. ESA may terminate access to SCIS Data:

(a) at any time by informing the School in writing of termination; or

(b) immediately if the School commits any breach of these terms of use, including infringing the copyright of the Records, Book Cover Images or Enhanced Content.

6. If access to SCIS Data is terminated pursuant to clause 5, the School will immediately, destroy or return to ESA all copies of the Records and the Book Cover Images and, at the request of ESA, provide written assurance to ESA of compliance with this clause 6.

7. Upon commencement of the Free Trial to SCIS Data, the School must:

  • immediately choose a secure alternate password to the default password issued by ESA; and
  • secure their subscriber user name and password.

8. The School and all people within the School with access to the School’s SCIS username and password must not divulge or communicate the School’s trial username or password to any third party or assist or allow any third party to access SCIS Data.

9. Without limiting clause 12, the School agrees to undertake virus scanning and virus checks necessary to ensure that any material downloaded from SCIS Data will not corrupt its data or software systems.

10. ESA provides a limited warranty that accessibility and usability of SCIS Data will be substantially in accordance with the description of SCIS Data at https://www.scisdata.com/products/scis-data/ .

11. To the extent that:

(a) ESA breaches the limited warranty provided in clause 10; or

(b) ESA's liability cannot be lawfully excluded,

the School's exclusive remedy is resupply of the Free Trial.

12. To the extent lawful, ESA gives no other representation or warranty with respect to SCIS Data, either express or implied including, but not limited to, performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information on SCIS Data, application errors, omissions or viruses. The entire risk in relation to the results and performance of SCIS Data is assumed by a School. ESA will not be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damage arising out of the use or inability to use SCIS Data, even if ESA is notified by a School of the possibility of such damages. Specifically, ESA is not liable for any costs including those incurred as a result of lost profits or revenue, loss of the use of the SCIS Data, loss of data and equipment, of data or claims by third parties.

13. Clauses 2, 3, 6 and 12 survive termination or expiry of these terms of use.

14. If the School uses a cloud based system where catalogue records are shared or collective then it may transfer the Records to such system provided that it:

(a) informs ESA of the intention to do so; and

(b) ensures that content in the MARC fields: 082, 380, 385, 5xx, 6xx and 852 of the Records is not shared and is available only to the School.

15. The School agrees to ensure the following content, where such fields exist, are not edited or deleted:

(a) MARC field 003 or 035 where the code au-mesci is displayed;

(b) MARC field 038 where the code au-meesa is displayed;

(c) MARC field 040; and

(d) the codes scot or scisshl in 6xx MARC fields.

16. These terms of use are governed by the laws of Victoria.

For more information contact: [email protected]

 

 

4. SCIS Terms of Use for Complimentary Access - Lecturer

Please note that no lecturer is authorised to access SCIS Data as a complimentary access user without agreeing to be bound by these terms of use.

Last updated: August 2017

Definitions and Interpretation

Access Period: from the commencement of access to SCIS Data until 31 December of the year of commencement of access to SCIS Data;

Book Cover Images: the book cover images available on SCIS Data;

Education Services Australia Ltd (ABN 18 007 342 421) (ESA): the entity which owns and/or has rights to license, SCIS Data;

Enhanced Content: the additional content (excluding Book Cover Images) that can be viewed but not downloaded for each record in SCIS catalogue;

Including: is not a word of limitation and is not intended to be limited by specific examples;

Lecturer: the lecturer teaching library and information studies course/s within the Tertiary Institution who has agreed to these terms of use;

Library System: an electronic library system used in the Tertiary Institution;

Records: the SCIS records downloaded, imported or copied pursuant to clause 1(b);

SCIS Data: the SCIS Data product or any part of it;

Teaching: teaching library and information studies at the Tertiary Institution; and

Tertiary Institution: the tertiary institution where the Lecturer teaches.

Terms of Use

1. Subject to these terms of use, for the Access Period, ESA grants to the Lecturer a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to:

(a) access SCIS Data; and

(b) download, import or copy 50 Records from the SCIS database for use only by the Lecturer for their Teaching; and

(c) access and view Book Cover Images from SCIS Data for use only by the Lecturer for their Teaching.

2. Subject to this clause 2, the Lecturer must not import the Records into the Library System. If the Lecturer is required to import the Records into the Library System as part of fulfilling their Teaching requirements, the Lecturer must delete the Records from the Library System as soon as they have fulfilled their Teaching requirements.

3. Subject to clauses 4, ESA:

  • owns the copyright in the Records; and
  • retains all rights to SCIS Data.

Except as permitted by these terms of use, the Lecturer must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of ESA under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) in relation to SCIS Data, including copy, distribute or transfer the Records, or permit any third party to do so.

4. Relevant copyright owners retain all rights to the:

  • Book Cover Images. Except as permitted by these terms of use, the Lecturer must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of the copyright owners of the Book Cover Images under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), including copy, distribute or transfer the Book Cover Images or permit any third party to do so; and
  • Enhanced Content. Where the copyright owner is a third party, the relevant copyright owner’s terms of use (Syndetics, LibraryThing for Libraries) govern use of the Enhanced Content.

5. The Lecturer must take all reasonable steps to preserve the confidential nature of the Records.

6. ESA may terminate access to SCIS Data:

(a) at any time by informing the Lecturer in writing of termination; or

(b) immediately if the Lecturer commits any breach of these terms or use, or infringes the copyright of the SCIS Data including the Records, the Book Cover Images or the Enhanced Content.

7. If access to SCIS Data is terminated pursuant to clause 6, the Lecturer must immediately, destroy or return to ESA all copies of the Records and the Book Cover Images and, at the request of ESA, provide written assurance to ESA of compliance with this clause 7.

8. Upon the commencement of the Access Period the Lecturer must:

  • immediately choose a secure alternate password to the default password issued by ESA; and
  • secure their access user name and password.

9. The Lecturer must not divulge or communicate their access user name or password to any third party or assist or allow any third party to access SCIS Data.

10. Without limiting clause 13, the Lecturer agrees to undertake virus scanning and virus checks necessary to ensure that any material downloaded from SCIS Data will not corrupt the data or software systems of the Lecturer.

11. ESA provides a limited warranty that accessibility and usability of SCIS Data will be substantially in accordance with the description of SCIS Data at https://www.scisdata.com/products/scis-data/.

12. To the extent that:

(a) ESA breaches the limited warranty provided in clause 11; or

(b) ESA's liability cannot be lawfully excluded,

the Lecturer's exclusive remedy is resupply of their complimentary access.

13. To the extent lawful, ESA gives no other representation or warranty with respect to SCIS Data, either express or implied including, but not limited to, performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information on SCIS Data, application errors, omissions or viruses. The entire risk in relation to the results and performance of SCIS Data is assumed by the Lecturer. In no event will ESA be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damage arising out of the use or inability to use SCIS Data, even if ESA is notified by the Lecturer of the possibility of such damages. Specifically, ESA is not liable for any costs including those incurred as a result of lost profits or revenue, loss of the use of the SCIS Data, loss of data and equipment, of data or claims by third parties.

14. Clauses 2, 3, 7 and 13 survive termination or expiry of these terms of use.

15. If the Lecturer uses a cloud based system where the Records are shared or collective then they may transfer the Records to such system provided that they:

(a) inform ESA of their intention, and

(b) ensure that content in the MARC fields: 082, 380, 385, 5xx, 6xx and 852 of the Records is not shared and is available only to the Lecturer.

16. The Lecturer agrees to ensure the following content, where such fields exist, is not edited or deleted:

(a) MARC field 003 or 035 where the code au-mesci is displayed;

(b) MARC field 038 where the code au-meesa is displayed;

(c) MARC field 040; and

(d) the codes scot or scisshl in 6xx MARC fields.

17. These terms of use are governed by the laws of Victoria.

For more information contact: [email protected]

 

 

5. Terms of Use for Complimentary Access - Tertiary Student

Please note that no tertiary student is authorised to access SCIS Data as a complimentary access user without agreeing to be bound by these terms of use.

Last updated: August 2017

Definitions and Interpretation

Access Period: from the commencement of access to SCIS Data until 31 December of the year of commencement of access to SCIS Data;

Book Cover Images: the book cover images available on SCIS Data;

Education Services Australia Ltd (ABN 18 007 342 421) (ESA): the entity which owns and/or has rights to license, SCIS Data;

Enhanced Content: the additional content (excluding Book Cover Images) that can be viewed but not downloaded for each record in SCIS catalogue;

Including: is not a word of limitation and is not intended to be limited by specific examples;

Library System: an electronic library system used in the Tertiary Institution;

Records: the SCIS records downloaded, imported or copied pursuant to clause 1(b);

SCIS Data: the SCIS Data product or any part of it;

Student: the student studying library and information studies in the Tertiary Institution who has agreed to these terms of use;

Studies/Study: library and information studies at the Tertiary Institution; and

Tertiary Institution: the tertiary institution where the Student is enrolled.

Terms of Use

1. Subject to these terms of use, for the Access Period, ESA grants to the Student a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to:

(a) access SCIS Data; and

(b) download, import or copy 50 Records from the SCIS database for use only by the Student for their Studies; and

(c) access and view Book Cover Images from SCIS Data for use only by the Student for their Studies.

2. Subject to this clause 2, the Student must not import the Records into the Library System. If the Student is required to import the Records into the Library System as part of fulfilling their Study requirements, the Student must delete the Records from the Library System as soon as they have fulfilled their Study requirements.

3. Subject to clause 4, ESA:

  • owns the copyright in the Records; and
  • retains all rights to SCIS Data.

Except as permitted by these terms of use, the Student must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of ESA under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) in relation to SCIS Data, including, copy, distribute or transfer the Records, or permit any third party to do so.

4. Relevant copyright owners retain all rights to the:

  • Book Cover Images. Except as permitted by these terms of use, the Student must not exercise any of the exclusive rights of the copyright owners of the Book Cover Images under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), including copy, distribute or transfer the Book Cover Images or permit any third party to do so; and
  • Enhanced Content. Where the copyright owner is a third party, the relevant copyright owner’s terms of use (Syndetics, LibraryThing for Libraries) govern use of the Enhanced Content.

5. The Student must take all reasonable steps to preserve the confidential nature of the Records.

6. ESA may terminate access to SCIS Data:

(a) at any time by informing the Student in writing of termination; or

(b) immediately if the Student commits any breach of these terms or use, or infringes the copyright of the SCIS Data including the Records, Book Cover Images or Enhanced Content.

7. If access to SCIS Data is terminated pursuant to clause 6, the Student must immediately, destroy or return to ESA all copies of the Records and the Book Cover Images and, at the request of ESA, provide written assurance to ESA of compliance with this clause 7.

8. Upon commencement of the Access Period the Student must:

  • immediately choose a secure alternate password to the default password issued by ESA; and
  • secure their access user name and password.

9. The Student must not divulge or communicate their access user name or password to any third party or assist or allow any third party to access SCIS Data.

10. Without limiting clause 13, the Student agrees to undertake virus scanning and virus checks necessary to ensure that any material downloaded from SCIS Data will not corrupt the data or software systems of the Student.

11. ESA provides a limited warranty that accessibility and usability of SCIS Data will be substantially in accordance with the description of SCIS Data at https://www.scisdata.com/products/scis-data/.

12. To the extent that:

(a) ESA breaches the limited warranty provided in clause 11; or

(b) ESA's liability cannot be lawfully excluded,

the Student's exclusive remedy is resupply of their complimentary access.

13. To the extent lawful, ESA gives no other representation or warranty with respect to SCIS Data, either express or implied including, but not limited to, performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information on SCIS Data, application errors, omissions or viruses. The entire risk in relation to the results and performance of SCIS Data is assumed by the Student. In no event will ESA be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damage arising out of the use or inability to use SCIS Data, even if ESA is notified by the Student of the possibility of such damages. Specifically, ESA is not liable for any costs including those incurred as a result of lost profits or revenue, loss of the use of the SCIS Data, loss of data and equipment, of data or claims by third parties.

14. Clauses 2, 3, 7 and 13 survive termination or expiry of these terms of use.

15. If the Student uses a cloud based system where the Records are shared or collective then they may transfer the Records to such system provided that they:

(a) inform ESA of their intention, and

(b) ensure that content in the MARC fields: 082, 380, 385, 5xx, 6xx and 852 of the Records is not shared and is available only to the Student.

16. The Student agrees to ensure the following content, where such fields exist, is not edited or deleted:

(a) MARC field 003 or 035 where the code au-mesci is displayed;

(b) MARC field 038 where the code au-meesa is displayed;

(c) MARC field 040; and

(d) the codes scot or scisshl in 6xx MARC fields.

17. These terms of use are governed by the laws of Victoria.

For more information contact: [email protected]