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IDIS 4.0 User Profile Questionnaire
For
Multiple-Users/Single-Site License
or Multiple-Sites License

(* indicates required field)


*Name of Individual Completing this Form:

If current IDIS subscriber:
  Subscriber Number:
  Subscriber Contact Name:

*Name of Institution:

*Address:

*City:   *State/Province:

Country:    *Zip/Postal Code:

*Phone:    Fax:

*E-mail:

Subscription Agent Used (if applicable):


1. Which of the following describes the access you wish to obtain?

Single Site
Academic Institution







Single campus; one contiguous geographic location; under a single administration. Campus has a single Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education designation.





Authorized Users: faculty (permanent, visiting, emeritus, adjunct), staff, students officially affiliated with the institution, individuals who are located at remote sites or campuses of the subscribing institution who are administered by the subscribing institution, authorized clients of the institution's library.
Single Site
Not-for-Profit Institution or For-Profit Corporation


One contiguous geographic location encompassing no more than a 5-mile (kilometer) radius of the main administrative office; has a single administration.

Authorized Users: employees, staff, includes persons remote from the subscriber's physical location (at home or traveling) who are under the administration of the subscribing institution.
Multiple Site
Academic Institution







More than one campuses or branch campus, each with their own Carnegie designation, and administered independently. Universities or colleges that are part of a State or Regional system, but managed, controlled and administered locally are considered multiple sites.



Authorized Users: faculty (permanent, visiting, emeritus, adjunct), staff, students officially affiliated with the institution, individuals who are located at remote sites or campuses of the subscribing institution who are administered by the subscribing institution, authorized clients of the institution's library.
Multiple Site
Not-for-Profit Institution or For-Profit Corporation


Multiple geographic locations, separated by more than 5 miles (kilometers), or administered independently. Does not include multiple institutional or corporate entities sharing the database, such as a consortium. Authorized Users: employees, staff, includes persons remote from the subscriber's physical location (at home or traveling) who are under the administration of the subscribing institution.

2. If you are requesting multi-site access, how many sites do you wish to provide access?

        Please list the name and location of each site on Multi-Site Access form below.

3. What will be the approximate size of the authenticated user pool (total number of possible users with access to the database)?

Academic Number of faculty:
Number of students:
Number of staff:
Not-for-Profit Institution Number of employees:
For-Profit Institution or Corporation Number of employees:

4. How many concurrent (parallel) users do you wish to accommodate?

5. If you are a multi-site entity, please describe in detail the legal relationship among the institutional or corporate entities.
   

6. How will your institution regulate access to the database?

User Identification and Password (assigned by IDIS)
Internet Protocol (IP) address(es) [Please complete Multi-Site Access Form below]
Proxy server [Please complete Multi-Site Access Form below]
Other methods. Please explain:

7. Will any external users (i.e. people not employed by your institution or registered as students) be allowed to access the IDIS database?
    If you answered yes, please explain in detail.
    

8. Will you offer article reprints?
    If you answered yes, please explain in detail.
    

9. Are you an educational institution?
    If you answered yes, please give details of type of drug information services
    you provide and identify the main users of the database.
   

10. Do you plan to sell or redistribute for profit any information from the IDIS database?
     If you answered yes, please explain in detail.
    



Multi-Site Access Form
Please complete this form for single-site/multiple user or multiple-site access to IDIS/Web.
Location Name
Location Address
Internet Protocol (IP) Address or Range of IP Addresses*

  Is your institution the only institution using the above IP address(es)?
 IP addresses: Your information technology department staff should be able to provide you with the IP addresses of the computers from which you want to access IDIS/Web.

  A single IP address should be listed as indicated by the following example:
                    127.12.22.35

  To list a range of IP addresses, please refer to these examples:
                    127.12.22.1-35
                    127.12.22.*
                    127.12.22-24.*

If you plan to use a caching or proxy server that is accessible by users remotely from the institution, in the above list please provide the IP address(es) of the proxy server.

All IP addresses must be registered and locatable on regional registries.

Thank you for your assistance in completing this questionnaire.

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