A - Not all print copies of ETAS titles are available for circulation. More details can be found in the section "Print holdings in the catalog vs. HathiTrust" of this LibGuide.
A - Titles held in print by FSU or any other State University System of Florida institution that are also held digitally in HathiTrust.
A - HathiTrust titles that are out of copyright can be downloaded. ETAS titles still have copyright restrictions and are only available for online viewing.
A - Simultaneous-user access is based on the number of print copies held within the State University System of Florida. For example, if UF owns 2 copies and FSU owns 1 copy, then 3 users across the State University System may simultaneously access the titles. For this reason HathiTrust ETAS titles are not appropriate for course reserves use.
A - Only available to current faculty, staff and students (retirees, alumni and courtesy patrons not eligible).
A - Items available through the Emergency Temporary Access Service can be checked out for 1 hour. If you are still actively looking at the book and no one else is attempting to check it out, the book will be renewed automatically.
A - Because digital access is provided on a 1-to-1 basis with print copies held within the State University System, simultaneous-user access is somewhat limited. Keep checking back (reloading the page) to see if the title has become available.
A - Some titles are limited to search only within HathiTrust due to copyright restrictions. When choosing the ETAS link within our catalog, you will be directed to a HathiTrust webpage where a message will indicate that material is "not available online." HathiTrust vets new content for copyright restrictions, and they do have a backlog. If you suspect an item should be free of copyright restrictions, please send a message to email@example.com and we will ask them to investigate.