Board of Regents copyright guidelines prevent the Libraries from digitizing more than 10% of a book, or more than 1 chapter if a book has 10 or more chapters.
Instructors are responsible for evaluating, on a case-by-case basis, whether the use of a copyrighted work on electronic reserves requires permission or qualifies as a fair use. If relying upon the fair use exception, instructors should complete a copy of the fair use checklist to retain for their own records before submitting material for electronic reserves.
If you have questions, please contact the libraries, or click here to learn more about the Universisty System of Georgia's copyright guidelines.
YES - My use of this material complies with the Board of Regents' Copyright Policy. I have completed and retained a fair use checklist for each applicable reading.
NO - I am not using Electronic Reserves.
If you have only requested books, type "none" in password field.
Fill this out if you'd like a link to your web site from course reserves:
No loan period - Electronic only
2 hour/In-library use only
(option not available at CML)
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