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It is based on private information supplied by the user. g. smart card tokens.
G. e-mail address, user ID, name or username. ’ – the user verifies his/her identity or which organization he/she comes from. ’ – the process of determining what the identified and authenticated user is allowed to access and what operations he/she is allowed to carry out. In case of licensed information resources, this is based on user profiles and licensing permissions. 4 Accounting The process of collecting statistics and/or billing data. The Garibyan et al. Access & identity TEXT PROOF 04 07/10/2013 14:01 Page 40 40 ACCESS AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT FOR LIBRARIES same tools can also be used to investigate which user accounts may have been compromised due to unauthorized access.
Garibyan et al. Access & identity TEXT PROOF 04 07/10/2013 14:01 Page 10 10 ACCESS AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT FOR LIBRARIES While it is impossible for any library to own everything that its users want, electronic resources have opened up opportunities for providing access to a resource while not actually owning it (Moyo, 2002, 49). Managing access to electronic collections in the ‘global electronic information market’ (Steele, in Moyo, 2002, 48) faces a number of serious challenges. g. g. in law, medicine and engineering.