Know Your Copyrights: Using Copyrighted Works in Academic Settings - Association of Research Libraries
Reproduction of Copyrighted Works by Educators & Librarians - Circular 21, U.S. Copyright Office
Using copyrighted media in your courses - tutorial (Baruch College)
Best Practices for Faculty - University of California, San Francisco
What can I post on a CLEo page?
A faculty member may place personal or library copies of books, sound recordings, music scores and authorized (i.e., legally obtained copies) of videocassettes, DVDs, audiocassettes and compact discs on Reserve.
Generally, an instructor may place his/her copy of a photocopied article for student use, with the understanding that the copy was lawfully made and does not infringe on the copyright holder's rights. Under no circumstance will the library place on reserve a professor-created course pack or anthology unless it was created with the permission of the copyright holder or the materials are no longer subject to copyright protection.
The Library will provide digitized versions of copyrighted journal articles for the electronic reserve system if permission to do so accompanies the materials. The Library staff may be able to assist with obtaining needed permissions and paying copyright royalty fees.
For more information see: Reserving Course Materials
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