0.7 Influence of access on scope of catalog

A catalog should describe materials that actually exist and that can be obtained for the catalog user. These may be materials that physically exist on the premises of a particular institution, such as a library, archive or museum, or these may be materials that can be accessed via the Internet by the users of the catalog, including online materials that are licensed for access only to the members of that institution. If some users of the catalog are not members of the institution and not allowed to use licensed materials, these restrictions should be made very clear in the catalog.

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