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Q. How do I place materials on reserve in the Library?
Q. What is "Fair Use"?
A. CETUS (Consortium for Educational Technology in University Systems) offers an electronic version of Fair Use of Copyrighted Works. The University of Texas has published Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials as part of their Crash Course in Copyright.
Q. Where can I get a copyright permission request form?
A. The University of Texas has posted an example permission request form and the University of Maryland has posted an example letter. The Copyright Clearance Center offers a FEE service, the Permissions Online Service.
Q. How can I contact the publishers?
A. Current UCF faculty and students can find contact information for publishers from the UCF Library home page. For book publishers, click on "Database Titles A-L", and select "Books in Print". For journal publishers, click on "Database Titles M-Z", and select "Ulrich's International Periodical Directory". NOTE: You will need to set up a PROXY connection to access either of these databases from off-campus.
Q. Where can I obtain a copyright application form for an original work?
A. The UCF Office of Research and Commercialization has posted copyright and patent disclosure forms available online.
*(this is a PDF file, you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer).
|Copyright Basics||U.S. Documents||LC 3.4/2:1/999|
|Copyright Permission and Libel Handbook||General Collection||KF2994 .J37 1998|
|Copyright Primer for Librarians and Educators||Reference||Z649.F35 R44 1987|
|Copyright Sampler||General Collection||KF3030.1.Z9 C66|
|Digital Millennium Copyright Act||U.S. Documents||AE 2.110:105-304|
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