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Copyrights and readers:
FMS/UMCG policy e-Readers
Jitka Vavra
Contact person
e-reader support CMB
Copyrights and readers - Overview
1.The Dutch Copyright Act
2.Policy – what is it and background
3.Practical applications ...
Copyrights and readers - 1. Dutch Copyright Act (1/1)
A definition can be found on the SURF website as quoted
below – see ...
Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy – what (1/5)
The policy can be found via the CMB homepage:
Homepage CMB under “Help”
 ...
Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy – what (2/5)
What is permitted:
1.Links to books or articles in the CMB collection in N...
Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - background (3/5)
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The library has an extensive collection and spends more t...
Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - backgroud (4/5)
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In the past:
•Many administrative tasks had to be carried ...
Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - background (5/5)
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Present and future: The goal is not to pay any additional...
Copyrights and readers– 3. Practical applications - how (1/7)
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In Nestor:
•Links: how to make a link to an artic...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (2/7)
You can make properly functioning links to articles in two ...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (3/7)
1b. A direct link to the PDF of an article (more laborious)...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (4/7)
You can find a doi link in a PDF (search for the following ...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (5/7)
2. Link to an e-book in Nestor (example): copy the link given
...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (6/7)
2. Refer to a paper book in the library’s collection for insta...
Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (7/7)
3. Do not place a text extract directly in Nestor (short or
ex...
Copyrights and readers – 4. Possibilities for support - CMB (1/2)
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Would you like assistance when searching for...
Copyrights and readers – 4. Possibilities for support - CMB (2/2)
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You can make acqusition suggestions via the ...
Copyrights and readers – 5. Questions?
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Questions?
j.e.vavra@umcg.nl
Jitka Vavra
Contact person
E-reader suppor...
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  1. 1. 21-03-14 1 Copyrights and readers: FMS/UMCG policy e-Readers Jitka Vavra Contact person e-reader support CMB
  2. 2. Copyrights and readers - Overview 1.The Dutch Copyright Act 2.Policy – what is it and background 3.Practical applications - how? 4. Possibilities for support – CMB 5. Questions 21-03-14 2
  3. 3. Copyrights and readers - 1. Dutch Copyright Act (1/1) A definition can be found on the SURF website as quoted below – see also link below: “Section 1 of the Copyright Act states that copyright is the exclusive right of the “author” of a work of literature, science/scholarship, or art to publish it or duplicate it. The Act sets no requirements as regards how copyright arises. A work comes into being at the point when it is created.” http://auteursrechten.surf.nl/Auteursrechten/en/Pages/Default.aspx 21-03-14 3
  4. 4. Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy – what (1/5) The policy can be found via the CMB homepage: Homepage CMB under “Help”  “support readers UMCG / RUG”  “Digital readers policy…” 21-03-14 4
  5. 5. Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy – what (2/5) What is permitted: 1.Links to books or articles in the CMB collection in Nestor (e- books or e-journals) 2.Make reference to printed books in the library (examples follow) Note: Do not directly copy text (short or long extracts), for instance, a PDF or scanned text unless it is available under a creative commons licence or obtained from an open access source. 21-03-14 5
  6. 6. Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - background (3/5) 21-03-14 6 The library has an extensive collection and spends more than € 1,500,000 per year on scientific sources. No extra payment for authors’ copyright fees is necessary if links are used to access licenced materials (in the library’s digital collection).
  7. 7. Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - backgroud (4/5) 21-03-14 7 In the past: •Many administrative tasks had to be carried out and copyright fees had to be paid to the Stichting PRO for the use of extended extracts in readers. •Large fines were paid to the Stichting PRO for unlawful extracts placed in readers.
  8. 8. Copyrights and readers – 2. Policy - background (5/5) 21-03-14 8 Present and future: The goal is not to pay any additional fees for copyrights •Avoid placement of extended extracts in readers so that additional payments to the Stichting PRO are unnecessary •Avoid fines from the Stichting PRO for unlawful placement of extracts in readers
  9. 9. Copyrights and readers– 3. Practical applications - how (1/7) 21-03-14 9 In Nestor: •Links: how to make a link to an article/PDF in the library’s collection •Make references to sources: paper books or to pages in a paper book – (students may copy or scan pages in the library) •Do not place text in the reader: unless it is from an open access or creative commons source and cite the source
  10. 10. Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (2/7) You can make properly functioning links to articles in two ways: 1a. The fast method: For instance, make a link directly from PubMed: Lancet. 2014 jan 4;383(9911):48-59 Right mouse click on the red “Get it” button in PubMed and choose the option “copy shortcut”. You now have a link which you can paste in Nestor. This link will bring you to the SFX menu of the RUG. If you are working outside the university environment, you will be asked to log in first - then click “go” to get to the PDF. 21-03-14 10
  11. 11. Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (3/7) 1b. A direct link to the PDF of an article (more laborious): How to make persistent links with a proxy login component: Evid Based Nurs 2014;17:1 6-7 Published Online First: 25 May 2013 doi:10.1136/eb-2013-101235 http://proxy-ub.rug.nl/login?url= + http://dx.doi.org/ + 10.1136/eb-2013-101235 = The link to the journal article in Nestor will be: http://proxy-ub.rug.nl/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1136/eb-2013-101235 21-03-14 11
  12. 12. Copyrights and readers – 3. Practical applications – how (4/7) You can find a doi link in a PDF (search for the following article in Verpleegkunde libguide under e-journals): Evid Based Nurs 2014;17:1 6-7 Published Online First: 25 May 2013 doi:10.1136/eb-2013-101235 Or you can find the doi link directly in PubMed: Lancet. 2014 jan 4;383(9911):48-59 (in PubMed you will find this link at the top of the page next to the reference) 21-03-14 12
  13. 13. Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (5/7) 2. Link to an e-book in Nestor (example): copy the link given by “full text” in the catalogue: Search for the e-book: “Professional guide to signs and symptoms”, 2011 in de RUG- catalogue; right mouse click on the “full text” link and choose the option “copy shortcut”. You now have the whole link (including the proxy login portion). The link in Nestor to this e-book will be: http ://proxy-ub.rug.nl/login?url=http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&NEWS=n&C ) 21-03-14 13
  14. 14. Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (6/7) 2. Refer to a paper book in the library’s collection for instance in the catalogue or in Smartcat. (In this way it is possible to see where the book is situated in the library): right mouse click on the icon at the bottom left hand corner of the page and choose the “copy shortcut” option. The link in Nestor will be: http://catalogue.rug.nl/DB=1/XMLPRS=Y/PPN?PPN=338379630 Or write the reference out in full: (here - a chapter in a book): Author, publication date, chapter title. In: book editors (Red.), book title, place of publication : publisher. 21-03-14 14
  15. 15. Copyrights and readers – 3. Policy applications – how (7/7) 3. Do not place a text extract directly in Nestor (short or extended) for instance as a PDF or scanned unless it is available under a creative commons licence or obtained from an open access source (and then cite your source). Open access articles: www.doaj.org and w.oaister.worldcat.org Creative Commons licence (information about) and illustrations: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ http://creativecommons.org/about http://search.creativecommons.org/ (search for illustrations) 21-03-14 15
  16. 16. Copyrights and readers – 4. Possibilities for support - CMB (1/2) 21-03-14 16 Would you like assistance when searching for appropriate sources contained within library’s (digital) collection? You can make an appointment with the CMB collection specialist http://libguides.rug.nl/werf (Sjoukje van der Werf)
  17. 17. Copyrights and readers – 4. Possibilities for support - CMB (2/2) 21-03-14 17 You can make acqusition suggestions via the link on the homepage under “services”; “collection” and then the link: suggest a purchase. Do you have a question regarding copyrights and readers? You can e-mail me at: j.e.vavra@umcg.nl (Jitka)
  18. 18. Copyrights and readers – 5. Questions? 21-03-14 18 Questions? j.e.vavra@umcg.nl Jitka Vavra Contact person E-reader support CMB

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