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The NSW AOL levies no charge to use its collections when used according to the terms detailed below. However, by accepting the terms of the Common Access Agreement users are entering into a legally binding agreement. The Access Agreement covers a range of services, including both on-line and paper transactions. This preamble seeks to explain how it is implemented by the NSW AOL. NB: this preamble is an explanatory aid, not a legal instrument. Only the "Terms" below are legally binding.
It is the aim of the NSW AOL to provide integrated access to a variety of data sets at no cost to end users. This aim can only be achieved if the Authors and Organisations which supply data can be assured that their own rights are protected. Consequently, use of the catalogue is covered by a variety of legal instruments to protect us, our users, and those who supply data to us.
The Common Access Agreement asks that users be fair and reasonable in their use of the data supplied through the NSW AOL archive. NSW AOL levies no charges, there are no documents to sign, and none will be applied retrospectively. We do not hold information on specific users. In return we ask that you acknowledge the source and copyright of the data you use, and that you tell us of any errors you find in the archive metadata. The data must not be sold or supplied to a third party.
The data should only be used for teaching, learning, and research purposes. By teaching, we mean directed teaching undertaken with a designated tutor in a formal setting. By learning we mean self-directed study, whether or not attached to an educational institution, including the educational activities undertaken in museums, libraries and cognate institutions. By research we mean any work undertaken for the advancement of archaeological knowledge and/or the understanding of the historic environment. Such work may be commercially sponsored or it may be funded by academic bodies or learned societies, or it may be unsupported: but it is a condition of use that the results are placed in the public domain and are made freely available for others to use according to the normal principles of professional and academic practice. Anyone wishing to use the catalogue for any other purpose must contact NSW AOL to seek permission.
NSW Archaeology On-Line Common Access Agreement
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All material supplied via the NSW AOL is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights, and duplication or sale of all or part of any of the Archive is not permitted, except that material may be duplicated by you for your research use or educational purposes in electronic or print form. You must obtain permission from the Author &/or Organisation for any other use. Electronic or print copies may not be offered, whether for sale or otherwise.
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- To use and to make personal copies of any part of the Archive only for the purposes of non-commercial research or teaching, as specified in the accompanying application.
- To abide by any conditions, displayed on screen or otherwise notified to me, that may apply to the access to, or use of, specific datasets within the Archive.
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The following copyright holders have provided permission for NSW AOL to display, and for users to access and view, images already embedded within documents contained in the archive:
- Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales
- Land and Property Management Authority see Copyright Conditions
- National Archives of Australia
- State Library of New South Wales (Mitchell Library)
- State Records of New South Wales
Further reproduction will require the permission of the copyright holders.
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