Types of use covered under the annual license include:
- Coursepacks—paper and electronic (produced on-campus or by an off-campus provider)
- Class handouts
- Library reserves—traditional print and e-reserves
- Electronic course content (course management system postings)
- Administrative photocopying
- Faculty-to-faculty sharing
- Intranet and faculty website postings
- Internal e-mail
Types of use not covered under the license include:
- Inter-library loan (ILL)*
- Advertising or marketing
- Creation of a database or a repository of works if it replaces the need for a subscription or is available for multiple people's use outside the context of a class
- Cover-to-cover copying of whole works
- Any use of the work that results in manipulation or change of the original, or that does not result in a reproduction that is substantially identical visually to the original
How to use the Annual Copyright License: "Check and Go"
- Check coverage for academic institutions
- Enter a search for the Publication Title or ISBN/ISSN and/or the Publisher (Do not enter the title of the specific article or chapter.)
- Scroll down in the Search Results to look at:
Permission type Availability Rightsholder terms
- If the results of the search indicate:
Covered by CCC Annual License - Academic…no further action is necessary. You are free to use this content in your course materials for the duration of the UMMS license agreement with CCC. Example:
- Go to copyright.com for academic institutions
- Enter Publication Title or Publisher: Nature
- Click on the Search button
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|Photocopy or share content electronically. More||Covered by CCC Annual License - Academic|
- Full-text may be available via PubMed or PubMed Central.
- Your proposed use of the materials may be allowed under the Fair Use provision of Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976.
- Permission service options are offered by the CCC as a pay-per-use service. The payment of the service fee is then the responsibility of the individual user, not the Lamar Soutter Library.