All material placed on Electronic Reserve must be compliant with copyright law and fall under Fair Use.
In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a “fair use”, the factors to be considered shall include:
The following use of copyrighted material is permissible according to fair use guidelines.
Each of these is for one semester and one course only. Subsequent semesters require copyright clearance.
Material that will be placed on Reserve without obtaining copyright clearance includes the following:
Proper attribution must be obtained for all works on Electronic Reserve. Faculty who wish to place a student paper or other unpublished work on reserve must obtain written consent from the author before the work will be added. Please contact Library Reserves staff to complete the Permission for Created Works form for student papers or unpublished works.
Library Reserves staff will not place material on reserve that does not comply right Fair Use or violates copyright laws.
Please refer to the Fair Use and Copyright guidelines for more information. The Library does not pay for copyright clearance. Faculty are responsible for ensuring their material are compliant with Fair Use and copyright laws.