Materials That Need Copyright Permission
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Articles from Journals / Excerpts from Books
- Some items clearly state that no copyright permission is needed.
Others state copyright owner information. This documentation should
accompany materials submitted for Reserve.
- "Fair Use" copyright guidelines allow for an item to be
used one time per one classroom on a campus for one
term only. After the first use ("fair use"), copyright permission
must be requested for any future uses.
- Interlibrary Loan can supply up to 5 articles from one journal title
per year. The library must buy copyright royalties for additional articles.
- Copyright issues on a video are treated the same as a book.
The video must be an original copy. If it is an "off-air" taping, a
45-day viewing window is permitted from the date of the taping.
- No pirated copies are permitted.
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