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This presentation is one of three created for a professional development workshop designed for medical school faculty. Creating the workshop project was an assignment for a graduate level course in ...

This presentation is one of three created for a professional development workshop designed for medical school faculty. Creating the workshop project was an assignment for a graduate level course in library sciences. (I got an A!) Please ask permission for re-use.



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  • Annual Copyright License
    Using the Copyright Clearance Center
    Carrie L Saarinen April 2009
    Carrie L Saarinen April 2009
  • Your edu may haveestablished an agreement with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) for coverage under its Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions.
    This license provides faculty, librarians, research, and administrative staff with comprehensive, institution-wide coverage for the reuse of text-based copyrighted content in both print and electronic formats for educational and research purposes.
    What you should know
    Source: UMMS Lamar Soutter Library 2009
  • There are close to one million titles included in the CCC's license repertory, and this list continues to grow.
    What this means
    Not just books. This includes JOURNALS, too!
  • Course packs—paper and electronic
    Class handouts
    Library reserves (traditional print and e-reserves)
    Electronic course content (Blackboard)
    Administrative photocopying
    Faculty-to-faculty sharing
    Intranet and faculty website postings
    Internal e-mail
    Types of use covered
    Like I need more to read.
  • 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 entire works
    Types of use not covered
    • Any use 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
  • 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.)
    Possible search results:
    Not covered
    How to use the Annual Copyright License
  • When the search results are…
    Not covered
    …no further action is necessary. You are free to use this content in your course materials for the duration of the campus license agreement with CCC.
    Full-text may be available via PubMed or PubMed Central.
    Your proposed use may be allowed under the Fair Use provision of Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976.
    The CCC offers a pay-per-use service. The payment of the service fee is then the responsibility of the individual user, not the medical school library.
  • For assistance in using the Annual Copyright License and other options, please contact Your Campus Copyright Specialist in your edu library
    Librarians are HELPFUL!
  • I can use cleared materials:
    Whenever I want, as long as I have a copy on file
    As long as I work at my institution
    As long as that items remains in the CCC database of cleared materials and the campus license is current
  • Student handouts
    My secretary can print a copy for my use
    I can email a copy to a colleague at another institution
    Upload a copy to Blackboard
    What uses are covered? (pick 3)
  • Your edu library!
    Copyright Clearance Center http://www.copyright.com/ccc
    Fair Use Basics http://www.copyright.com/Services/copyrightoncampus/basics/fairuse.html
    The TEACH Act Basics http://www.copyright.com/Services/copyrightoncampus/basics/teach.html
  • Images used in this presentation are from the Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 clipart collection.
    Carrie L Saarinen April 2009