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What is my RSNA login/username?Your default login is your membership or subscription number. Your membership number is printed on your:
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May I share my login information?You are the only one licensed to use this username and password.
I'm a subscriber to RSNA journals but cannot access to content published in Radiology before 1999. How can I gain access? Only RSNA members have access to the Radiology Legacy Collection (1923–1998). Institutions can purchase the Radiology Legacy Collection for a one-time fee. Recommend the collection to your library by filling out this form (PDF).
How do I become an RSNA member? Become a member.I'm a subscriber to RSNA Journals Online and I want access to receive the print journals. Do I have to pay for this? Print add-on options are available. Please contact email@example.com.
How can I access RSNA journals online if I am not an RSNA member and I don't have access through an institutional subscription? You may apply for RSNA membership or purchase a non-member individual subscription.
My institution has a subscription to RSNA journals in print and online, but I'm not able to see the full text of articles. I'm prompted for a username and password. Why is this happening? The IP address for your institution's computer is not being recognized by our server. Please contact the administrator of the account at your institution.
How can I tell if my institution has subscribed to RSNA Journals Online? The institution name will appear at the top of the page confirming you're signed in as part of an institution. If you would like your institution to have an institutional subscription, please contact your librarian. Click here for a request form.
Who is allowed access through an institutional subscription? Institutional subscriptions allow the library to offer access to the online journals from any workstation physically located within the building. Please see the Subscription Access Guidelines for more details on subscription access rights.
What does an institutional subscription include?
Can my institution subscribe to the online editions only? Yes, your institution can subscribe to the online journal versions only.
Are RSNA subscriptions required to run on a calendar year? No, RSNA can begin a subscription at any time throughout the year.
How can I access RSNA Journals online if I am not an RSNA member and I don’t have access through an institutional subscription? You may order a non-member individual subscription or apply for membership
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How can I obtain permission to use RSNA content?
What is an Image License? Beginning in April 2003 all Radiologyand RadioGraphics corresponding authors were granted an automatic RSNA Image License which gives him/her the right to reuse their images without obtaining RSNA permission. If you have an RSNA image license for your article, you do not need to obtain permission from RSNA to reuse the images within that article.
How should I cite RSNA content that I have received permission to use? RSNA content should be cited as noted on the permissions letter you receive. Please acknowledge as follows: Reproduced, with permission, from [author name(s), article name, publication name, year of publication, volume, and page number.] Proper acknowledgment should be given at each place where content is reused.
How can I pay the permission fee? Fees associated with certain types of use may be paid by credit card in US dollars (USD) only. The amount a requestor owes will be clearly indicated on the invoice provided by RSNA. Further payment details will be also be included on the invoice.
What do the different format types mean? RSNA content may be used in three formats: Print, Electronic, and/or Web. Format indicates in what medium the content is to be reproduced. Content may be used only in the format that is specified in the final RSNA permissions letter. A requester is able to select one or all format options on the interactive RSNA Rights form by clicking the empty box next to your desired choice(s).
To how many people may I distribute RSNA content? There are three different distribution ranges available in the drop-down menu:
To indicate the distribution of your work, please locate in the Estimated Circulation section on the permissions request form. The option selected should reflect the circulation or number of recipients who will receive your work. Please note that delivering a publication in both print and electronic formats to the same recipient is a circulation number of one. Sending a publication in print to one recipient and electronically to another is a circulation of two.
Who may use RSNA content? RSNA Rights provides the opportunity for all types of requestors to obtain permission for content use. In your request, it is necessary to include the type of organization you represent.
How may I use RSNA content? In the "How Would You Like To Use This Content" section of RSNA Rights, you may select a type of use which describes what you are doing with the requested content. If you do not see an option that reflects your intended use, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org RSNA offers the following options for content use:
Will taxes apply to my permissions request? No, taxes will not apply to your RSNA Rights invoice order total. RSNA does not apply taxes on permissions fees.
May I obtain permission to translate RSNA content into other languages? Permission for translation rights to RSNA content is taken under careful consideration. Please send a detailed request including language, distribution and editorial details to email@example.com