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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 library sciences. (I got an A!) Please ask permission for re-use.

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    1. 1. Annual Copyright License<br />Using the Copyright Clearance Center<br />Carrie L Saarinen April 2009<br />Carrie L Saarinen April 2009<br />
    2. 2. Your edu may haveestablished an agreement with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) for coverage under its Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions.<br />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.<br />What you should know<br />Source: UMMS Lamar Soutter Library 2009<br />
    3. 3. There are close to one million titles included in the CCC&apos;s license repertory, and this list continues to grow.<br />What this means<br />Not just books. This includes JOURNALS, too!<br />
    4. 4. Course packs—paper and electronic<br />Class handouts<br />Library reserves (traditional print and e-reserves)<br />Electronic course content (Blackboard)<br />Administrative photocopying<br />Faculty-to-faculty sharing<br />Intranet and faculty website postings<br />Internal e-mail<br />Types of use covered<br />Great. <br />Like I need more to read.<br />
    5. 5. Creation of a database or a repository of works if it replaces the need for a subscription or is available for multiple people&apos;s use outside the context of a class<br />Cover-to-cover copying of entire works<br />Types of use not covered<br /><ul><li> 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</li></li></ul><li>Check coverage for academic institutions<br />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.)<br />Possible search results:<br />Covered<br />Not covered<br />How to use the Annual Copyright License<br />
    6. 6. When the search results are…<br />Covered<br />Not covered<br />…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.<br />Full-text may be available via PubMed or PubMed Central.<br />Your proposed use may be allowed under the Fair Use provision of Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976.<br />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.<br />
    7. 7. For assistance in using the Annual Copyright License and other options, please contact Your Campus Copyright Specialist in your edu library<br />HELP!<br />Librarians are HELPFUL!<br />
    8. 8. I can use cleared materials:<br />Whenever I want, as long as I have a copy on file<br />As long as I work at my institution<br />As long as that items remains in the CCC database of cleared materials and the campus license is current<br />
    9. 9. Student handouts<br />My secretary can print a copy for my use<br />I can email a copy to a colleague at another institution<br />Upload a copy to Blackboard<br />What uses are covered? (pick 3)<br />
    10. 10. Your edu library!<br />Copyright.com<br />Copyright Clearance Center http://www.copyright.com/ccc<br />Fair Use Basics http://www.copyright.com/Services/copyrightoncampus/basics/fairuse.html<br />The TEACH Act Basics http://www.copyright.com/Services/copyrightoncampus/basics/teach.html<br />Resources<br />
    11. 11. Images used in this presentation are from the Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 clipart collection.<br />Carrie L Saarinen April 2009<br />

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