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At the request of a faculty member, the Library may place on reserve photocopies or
electronic copies of excerpts from copyrighted works in the Library's collection or
owned by the faculty member in accordance with the guidelines governing formal classroom
distribution for face-to-face teaching outlined in the University's Copyright Policy
adopted August 1995. These guidelines apply to the library reserve shelf as it functions
as an extension of classroom readings or reflects an individual students right to
photocopy for personal scholastic use under the doctrine of fair use.
A. General Policies
The Library will accept one copy of materials meeting "Fair Use" guidelines. Examples include an article from a journal or newspaper; chapter from a book, a short story, essay or poem; a chart or graph, diagram, drawing, cartoon, or picture from a books, periodical of journal newspaper, for reserve. In determining the "Fair Use" copyrighted works the following factors should be considered (17 U.S.C. SS107):
In addition, if a faculty member wishes to submit the same material in subsequent
semesters for the same course offered by the same instructor, or if the item is used
by multiple sections by many instructors, permission from the copyright holder must
be obtained. It is the responsibility of the instructor to obtain this permission.
C. Multiple Copies and Electronic Reserves
Requests for Electronic Reserves and multiple copies on reserve must also meet the following guidelines: