Electronic information sources (e-resources or EIZ) are information sources made available in electronic form via the Internet. These are most often bibliographic databases (such as MathSciNet, Web of Science), full-text databases (such as ScienceDirect) or electronic books (e-books) and electronic journals (e-journals).
EndNote 20 (software)
The use of electronic information sources is subject to the conditions defined in the license agreements for individual sources. The user pledges to respect these conditions, especially the following principles:
- the data may be used exclusively for educational, study or scientific purposes and for the personal use only,
- it is not allowed to download the entire content from the source, or its essential parts, especially to download whole issues of electronic magazines, systematically, robotically, etc.,
- the acquired data may not be further copied, distributed or otherwise reproduced or made available to third parties.
Violation of the license conditions may lead to blocking access to the electronic resource for the whole faculty, or even for the whole Charles University. Charles University, or respective faculty, can claim damages on a user who commits such an act. In the case of university or faculty employees violation of license conditions can be resolved according to the Labor Code, or in the case of students in disciplinary proceedings.
- if any of the e-resources do not work
- if you need advice on using the e-resources
- if you need advice on searching in e-resources
- if you get confused by e-resources
- if you have a question about e-resources