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Options when the library cannot provide the content you seek

Copyright Clearance Center - For Academic Institutions

Get permission to:

  • Photocopy material from books, newspapers, journals and other publications for use in coursepacks and classroom handouts
  • Use and share information in library reserves, interlibrary loan and document delivery services
  • Post and share content electronically in e-reserves, course management systems, e-coursepacks and other e-learning environments
  • Distribute content via e-mail or post it to your intranet, Internet and extranet sites
  • Republish an article, book excerpt or other content in your own books, journals, newsletters and other materials

Note: Copyright.com supplies permission but not the copyrighted content itself. The Library can assist with obtaining needed content. Contact library@berkeleycollege.edu

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