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Edinburgh University Press is an academic publisher of books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. For more information see their website.

There are up to 25 e-Journals accesses available to Wikipedians through this partnership.

Requirements[edit]

  • You have your preferences enabled to receive email messages on English Wikipedia or on your home wiki linked from your application; (see Special:Preferences)
  • You have an account that is a minimum of 6 months old
  • You have a minimum of 500 edits to the encyclopedia
  • You do not already have access to this resource through another library or institution
  • You have made at least 10 edits to Wikimedia projects in the last month
  • You are not currently blocked from editing Wikipedia

If you don't quite meet the experience requirements but think you would still be a strong candidate for access, feel free to apply and you may be considered

Expectations[edit]

Approved editors may

  • Search, view, retrieve, and display portions of restricted content;
  • Electronically save portions of restricted content;
  • Print out single copies of portions of restricted content;

Approved editors will not

  • Share their account logins or passwords with others, or sell their access to other parties
  • Mass scrape or mass download Edinburgh University Press content
  • Systematically make printed or electronic copies of multiple extracts of restricted content available for any purpose.
  • Datamine metadata without permission, in order, for instance, to use metadata for auto-created stub articles.
  • Violate any terms and conditions which appear on the particular pages of the Edinburgh University Press website they are accessing.

Private and confidential information

  • By applying to the Program, you understand and agree that your name and email address may be shared with representatives of the Wikimedia Foundation, The Wikipedia Library, and Edinburgh University Press. Wikipedia Library organizers contracted under the Wikimedia Foundation will abide by the Wikimedia Foundation privacy policy and associated confidentiality agreements. Volunteer representatives of the Wikipedia Library are neither employees nor contractors of the Wikimedia Foundation (or Edinburgh University Press), but they have signed confidentiality agreements with the Wikimedia Foundation with regards to the personal information they may handle for the Wikipedia Library.

Citation[edit]

  • Editors should always provide original citation information in addition to linking to Edinburgh University Press resources, per WP:V and WP:SAYWHEREYOUGOTIT.
  • Editors should not provide bare links to restricted Edinburgh University Press pages
  • Note (subscription required) in the citation, where appropriate
  • Respect the copyright of Edinburgh University Press, in accordance with Wikipedia's copyright policy and their terms of use
  • Cite resources in line with the citation examples provided below or with the examples provided by Edinburgh University Press
Note that citation styles vary by article; editors can use the style most appropriate to the articles they are working with so long as the citations are complete.

Example

{{cite journal|last1=Sklaroff|first1=Lauren Rebecca|title=Touchy-Feely History: The 'Stuff' of American Culture|journal=Cultural History|date=April 2015|volume=4|issue=1|pages=4–18|doi=10.3366/cult.2015.0081}}
  • Sklaroff, Lauren Rebecca (April 2015). "Touchy-Feely History: The 'Stuff' of American Culture". Cultural History. 4 (1): 4–18. doi:10.3366/cult.2015.0081. 

Further participation[edit]

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