|Internet Licenses for The Leiden Armenian Lexical Textbase|
As of 21 February 2008, LALT is available only by subscription. Individuals may purchase a subscription for their own personal use for a two year period, or institutions may purchase a license for everyone at their institution. For an individual subscription, click here.
The institutional license
An internet institutional license for The Leiden Armenian Lexical Textbase gives all students, staff, and associates of the institution unlimited online access to the publication, subject only to the usual copyright restrictions. There are no limits to the number of individuals who may use the publication at any one time. Access is controlled by IP address or by user name/password.
This license is governed by the terms and conditions set out in the terms and conditions document on this site. By purchasing this license, you indicate that you have read and accept those terms and conditions. .
Our pricing schedule is based on the following classification. You may either purchase an annual subscription ("annual license") or buy an internet licence outright ("perpetual license"). If you purchase a perpetual licence, you must also pay an annual maintenance fee; this will give you access to the identical server and data as if you had bought an annual license.
VAT at 17.5% should be added to these sums for EU purchasers. Institutions buying as members of consortium are eligible for discounts. Thus: consortia of 5-9 institutions: each member pays 15% less; 10-14 institutions: 20%; 15 or more institutions: 25%. Discounts for consortia are taken off the rate for "Large" institutions. The consortium agreement must be negotiated and administered by a single contact.
Subscriptions may be cancelled at any time. No refunds will be issued for any unused subscription. Subscription and maintenance licenses will run for twelve months from the date of purchase and will be renewable annually at the current rate.
Classification of institutions: USA
For the USA, we use the widely-recognized Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education developed by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. You can find the definitions and the classification for each institution at http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/Classification/index.htm . Following the model of the Middle English Compendium, we include Full-Time Equivalent enrollment as an added measure to ensure that comparable institutions are classified as such.
Classification of institutions: UK
For the UK, we use the JISC banding scheme, developed as the basis for all subscription fees for the electronic resources in the JISC Collections. You can find the scheme and the classification for each institution at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=coll_allbanding.
Classification of institutions: outside the UK and US
Institutions outside the UK and US may determine for themselves whether they are 'large', 'medium', 'small' or 'very small', using these classifications as a guide. If we do not agree with your self-classification, we will contact you before activating the subscription.
Access; user logs
Access may be by single IP address (as through a proxy server), by range/ranges of IP addresses, or by user name/password. If we come to believe that the access through an institution is being abused (for example, the single address actually covers multiple institutions) we will suspend the subscription. Upon subscription, we will provide the institutional contact with the internet address and details of a system for logging access by users at the institution. Licenses will be activated within 24 hours of a confirmed purchase.
This publication will be regularly updated with editorial corrections and additions.
Responsibilities of SDE and individual licensees
SDE will attempt to maintain the site so that access is available at all times, on all days, with reasonable access speeds. SDE will also update the site according to the wishes of the editor.
Institutional licensees will make their best efforts to ensure that only eligible individuals in the institution may access the publication, and that the publication is used in accordance with copyright and other legal restrictions.
Buying the internet license
This license is governed by the terms and conditions set out in the terms and conditions document on this site. By purchasing this license, you indicate that you have read and accept those terms and conditions. This license may be adjusted by agreement.
Order form: Leiden Armenian Lexical Textbase
VAT at 17.5% should be added to these prices for EU purchasers.
If the technical contact is different, please give this information:
For consortium agreements, or if you wish to pay by some other means (cheque on UK bank account, or international money transfer), .