The Board of Regents Policy on the Use of Copyrighted Works in Education Research explains in detail the rights of copyright holders. This is balanced by the limitations on those rights under federal copyright law. The University System of Georgia also provides a checklist tool to be used to determine whether an intended educational use of copyrighted material is covered by fair use.
What can be placed on print reserve?
What can be placed on electronic reserve?
At the end of the semester all items will be removed from reserve and re-shelved or returned to the instructor.
How to Submit a Request
Review the Board of Regents' Policy on the Use of Copyrighted Works in Education Research and, if you are using electronic reserves, please review the Additional Guidelines for Electronic Reserves.
Before submitting a reserve request, you must determine under what circumstances each item can be placed on electronic reserve.
Additional Copyright Information sites
Copyright Clearance Center –grants permission for duplication and use of many publications –http://www.copyright.com
Copyright Clearance Center for crash course in copyright for academic institutions (video) –http://www.copyright.com/learn/media-download/copyright-on-campus/