LINCCWeb (http://www.linccweb.org) and the CCLA web site (http://www.cclaflorida.org) are provided by the College Center for Library Automation (CCLA). When you access either LINCCWeb or the CCLA web site ("CCLA's web sites"), you acknowledge that you have read and agree to the terms described below.
To support local library operations, CCLA collects and temporarily stores information required for LINCC system use, including your eligibility status as a registered borrower and the LINCC-based services (such as borrowing library-owned materials) you have requested. Such information is made available to the college library with which you are affiliated and may be acted upon by employees of CCLA or that library in the course of delivering the services you have requested. Your use of LINCC to obtain local library services is also subject to the privacy policies and practices of the institution from which you have requested services.
While CCLA attempts to maintain accurate and available services on LINCCWeb and the CCLA web site, CCLA makes no representations or warranties regarding the condition, content, or functionality of its web sites, their suitability for use, or that CCLA's web sites will be uninterrupted or error-free. CCLA may change the content on CCLA's web sites at any time without notice.
Material on CCLA's web sites is provided "as is" and does not constitute a warranty of any kind, either express or implied. CCLA disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied. This includes but is not limited to implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. It also includes any expressed or implied warranties arising from any course of dealing, usage, or trade practice.
CCLA is not liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use—or the inability to use—the material on CCLA's web sites.
For site security, the network traffic to CCLA's web servers is monitored to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, deny or intentionally interrupt service, otherwise cause damage, or access non-public information. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the Florida Computer Crimes Act or other applicable state or federal statutes. Information regarding possible violations of law may be provided to law enforcement officials. Furthermore, Florida colleges may impose disciplinary action upon any registered borrower found in violation of the system-wide usage guidelines contained in the document, Responsible Use of LINCC.
CCLA's web sites provide essential links to other governmental and commercial agencies, for example to an educational institution or to commercial information (database) providers. CCLA also links to other organizations' web sites when there is a business reason to do so. CCLA is not responsible for the content, availability, or performance of any linked site. CCLA does not endorse the content contained on third-party web sites, nor their policies or products.
It is your obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other usage restrictions when copying, printing, publishing, or otherwise distributing material found when using CCLA's web sites. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. You must make your own assessment of rights in light of their intended use and applicable laws of the United States. For information about U.S. copyright law, visit the United States Copyright Office web site.
You are free to view, copy, print, and distribute CCLA-owned material from CCLA's web sites, as long as the material is used for non-commercial purposes only and such use includes proper attribution.
CCLA provides certain proprietary content, including online electronic resources or other services from third-party providers, for the benefit of the colleges of Florida. Such content is provided either directly on CCLA's web sites or by links to vendor-maintained web sites. Some electronic resources will be restricted to selected colleges depending upon their participation in group subscriptions managed by CCLA. You are authorized to access and use this proprietary content for non-commercial, educational, scholarly, research, or personal use only as permitted by the terms of license agreements negotiated by CCLA or your local institution with third-party providers. Overview of license terms negotiated by CCLA.
You are prohibited from posting or transmitting any unlawful, threatening, obscene, libelous, or otherwise offensive material. Personal data will be treated as stated in CCLA's Privacy Statement.
Please contact CCLA if you have questions about these terms. CCLA also wants to hear from any copyright owners who believe they are not properly identified on CCLA's web sites so that CCLA may make the necessary corrections.
This document was last updated in November 2011. CCLA will occasionally update this document. When it is updated, CCLA will also revise the "last updated" date.