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1 HINARI: Introductory Overview (DO’s and DON’Ts of HINARI)
2 HINARIThe HINARI Access to Research Initiative is coordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO)HINARI is a public-private partnership between the WHO, publishers and other health care content ownersTo provide biomedical and health care research and guideline information to non-profit academic and research institutions, governmental and policy making departments in low income countries.AGORA (agricultural research) and OARE (environmental research) are similar programs
3 Objectives of HINARI-AGORA-OARE To connect developing world researchers with the international scientific communityTo reduce the ‘publishing gap’ and improve the quality of locally produced journalsUltimately – improve health, food security and environment in relation to MDG of 2015
4 For further information on all three programs, go to the url listed at the top of this slide. Each program has the same eligibility but your institution must register for each program separately.
5 HINARI: health (8500 journals) www. who HINARI: health (8500 journals) AGORA: agriculture (1900 journals)OARE: environment (4150 journals)ARDI: research for innovation (200 journals)updated
6 EligibilityInstitutions in countries with GNI (gross national income) per capita below $1600 or HDI (human development index) less than 0.63 are eligible for free access (Band 1/Group A)Institutions in countries with GNI per capita between $1601-$5000 or HDI less than 0.67 pay a fee of $1000 per year (Band 2/Group B)Some publishers opt out of this option and do not allow access to their journalsFor details, seeInitially, the GNI levels were $1000 for Band 1 and $ for Band 2. In 2008, these levels were increased to reflect inflation since the beginning of the program in In January 2012, the human development index has been added. Consequently, 17 countries moved from Band 2 (Group B) to Band 1 (Group A).
7 HINARI License Agreement List of terms and conditions for Phase 1 institutional usersence%20Agreement%20Phase%201%2 0(free%20access).pdf
8 HINARI Do’s/UsersMaterial owned by the Publishers made available through HINARI can be used by Authorized Users or Walk-in UsersAn Authorized User: an institution’s or government department’s employee, permanent or visiting faculty, or studentWalk-in User: anyone who comes to the Institution’s premises and is permitted by the Institution to access services there
9 HINARI Do’s/Articles For HINARI Band 1 participants: institution may supply printed or digital materials (documents) to the institution’s employees, faculty members, students or another Authorized Userremote access is permissible but limited to computers owned personally by employees or by institutionprofessors/lecturers can place publishers’ material in print Course Packs or in Electronic Reserves for students (delete after the end of the course)
10 HINARI Don’ts/Articles Downloading/Printing: users cannot download complete journal issues or books (per journal issue or book, 15% limit)Course Packs: professors/lecturerscannot make a profit from the publisher’s materialcan charge for cost of printing only
11 HINARI Don’ts/Articles Document supply: Cannot distribute documents obtained through HINARI to any other individuals or organizations outside the registered institutionDocument fees: The institution may not supply the document for a fee except to recover cost of printingUploading: Cannot upload the material to or post to a publicly available website or elsewhere
12 HINARI Don’ts/Content & Software Cannot modify, adapt, transform or create any derivative work from the publisher’s material, software or hosting agent or tamper with the access software
13 HINARI Don’ts/AccessDo not give the Publisher’s Material or User Name/Password to other individuals or institutionsif others are interested in HINARI, send them to their institutions’ librariesDo not access HINARI while traveling outside the countryDo not put the User Name/ Password on the Institution’s website or any other Internet pageDo not share or publish the ID and password through public sites on the Internet: Groups, Wikis or Blogscan put a link to initial page of HINARI or have information about HINARIThese three bullets summarize the individual limits to HINARI access. Accessing HINARI from outside the country or publically displaying the User Name and Password would result in the institution needing a change in login code. This creates a difficult problem for all the users at your institution.
14 SuggestionModify the ‘Do’s and Don’ts Template’ (Word document) for your InstitutionPrint copies and distribute to HINARI users - when you supply the User Names and PasswordsHave each new users read the ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ and sign that they understand and accept the limitsYou will have fulfilled your responsibilities as a provider of the Institutional User Names and PasswordsUpdated
15 For copy of this document, see HINARI_Usage_Policy_Template...doc Write the NameHINARI USAGE POLICYInstitution: _______________Institutional ID: ___________Password: ______________HINARI DO’sMaterial owned by the Publishers made available through HINARI can be used by Authorized Users or Walk-in UsersAn Authorized User is an institution’s or government department’s employee, permanent or visiting faculty, or studentWalk-in User are anyone who comes to the Institution’s premises and is permitted by the Institution to access services thereInstitution may supply printed or digital materials (documents) only to the institution’s employees, faculty members, students oranother Authorized UserRemote access is permissible but limited to computers owned personally by employees or by institutionPublisher’s material may be placed in electronic reserves for students to access in specified education courses (delete after theend of the course)Course Packs: professors/lecturers may make copies in print or digital form of the Publisher’s Material for use by studentsHINARI DON’TsDo not put the ID and password on the Institution’s website; a link to the initial page of HINARI or information about the programis acceptable.Do not share or publish the ID and password through public sites on the Internet: Groups, Wikis or Blogs.Do not give the Publisher’s Material or ID/password to other individuals or institutions (if others at your institution are interested,send them to the Library or Director)Do not access HINARI while traveling outside the countryDownloading or printing: users cannot download or print complete journal issues or books (per journal issue or book, 15% limit)Course Packs: professors/lecturers only can recover the cost of producing such course packs from the students; cannot make aprofit from the Publisher’s MaterialDocument supply: cannot distribute documents obtained through HINARI to any other individuals /organizations outside the InstitutionUploading: cannot upload/post the material to a publicly available website or elsewhereContent and Software: cannot modify, adapt, transform or create any derivative work from the publisher’s material, software orhosting agent or tamper with the access softwareSIGNATURE:___________________________________DATE:_____________PRINT NAME:___________________________________For copy of this document, see HINARI_Usage_Policy_Template...docLast updated: