Your institution’s licence with Access Copyright provides Students and Staff with permission to copy within or in support of your institution’s mandate, in addition to ways that are covered by fair dealing and other permitted uses under the Copyright Act.
For published works in Access Copyright’s repertoire, you can:
Course collections are paper copies of published works assembled into coursepacks or digital copies of published works that are either emailed, linked or hyperlinked to, or posted on, uploaded to or stored on a Secure Network as part of a course of study.
You may copy up to 10% of a repertoire work or make a copy of a repertoire work that is:
You may copy up to 20% of a repertoire work or any of the above for a Course Collection and for certain library collection management purposes. This is a summary for ease of reference. For specific terms, please consult the Licence or specific publisher licences for library electronic subscriptions. To learn more, please review your institution’s licence, contact your licence administrator or email Access Copyright at firstname.lastname@example.org.