Electronic Institutional Subscription Access to Cereal Foods World and Cereals & Grains Books
As of the 2018 Subscription Year, Cereal Chemistry Subscription Licenses are Handled Directly Through Wiley.
Published by Cereals & Grains Association, a non-profit scientific association since 1915
- Access through IP authentication—permission to freely distribute the content of the subscribed electronic journal to all employees, faculty, students, and/or local patrons of the subscribing institution who are located at the Cereals and Grains Association approved site(s) as identified by the subscribing institution and whose computers are within the I.P. addresses at those Cereals and Grains Association approved sites designated at the time the subscription is granted.
- Inter-Library Loan from the electronic copy is permitted if printed from the electronic copy and delivered as paper print-out - not supplied via electronic copy
- Counter – Compliant usage data is available
- Citation Management for Library Patrons
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PERMISSION TO DISTRIBUTE FOR INSTITUTIONAL ELECTRONIC SUBSCRIBERS
Permission is hereby granted to distribute the content of
subscribed Grain Science Online Library resources to the
employees, faculty, students, and/or local patrons of the
subscribing institution via I.P. access during the subscription year.
The employees, faculty, students, and/or local patrons must
be located within the location(s) and I.P. address ranges as
identified by the subscribing institution to Cereal & Grains Association.
The questions and answers below have been compiled to further explain AACC International’s position on its institutional electronic subscriptions.
Q: How do the employees or students at an institution gain access to content in the Grain Science Online Library on a daily basis?
A: Via I.P. address recognition, so that your users do not need to login. Access is quick, easy, and seamless.
Q: What if the institution has more than one campus or location?<
A: Cereals & Grains Association asks each institution to identify the campuses and locations served by the I.P. ranges it provides access to when first subscribing.
Q: May employees, faculty, and students gain access to subscribed online content when they travel to other locations or from their homes, dorm rooms, etc. by remote personal login to their institution’s internal network?
A: Yes, but only if they work, teach, or attend the institution in the location(s) served by the I.P. ranges where the electronic access is subscribed. Experiment station employees and employees at other satellite facilities that are not physically on the same campus must be identified by the institution at the time the institution subscribes to be included as qualified users, even if the users of the subscribing institution share time at both sites.
Q: What happens if an institution subsequently drops its electronic subscription?
A: The institution would continue to have access to Open Access online content, but loses access to the protected paid content.
Q: Are institutional users permitted to make copies of Cereals & Grains materials for distribution outside the institution’s own employees, faculty, students, and/or local library patrons where the journal is subscribed?
Q: What about interlibrary loan?
A: Subscribing institutions may supply interlibrary loan to the extent that they do normally with a print journal. Rather than supplying electronic files, the loaning institution may only supply printouts.
Q: Will licenses or signed agreements be required in the future?
A: Cereals & Grains Association reserves the right to require licenses or signed agreements in the future.
Q: Why did Cereals & Grains Association take this unprecedented approach of providing electronic access without a signed agreement?
A: Cereals and Grains Association believes scholarly materials should be available within institutions with as little restriction as possible; provided its journals and books maintain their financial integrity. Cereals & Grains Association also believes that authors, readers, institutions, and journals within the scholarly community have a common purpose. Because of this, Cereals & Grains Association hopes all members of the community will act appropriately to ensure the ongoing simplicity of this system of access.