Q. What kind of materials can be put on print course reserve in the library?

Answer

You can put the following items on course reserve in the library without requesting permission from a copyright holder.

  1. Original works
    • Personal materials of instructors, for which they own the copyright (e.g. assignment questions/solutions).
    • Original print books, textbooks, DVDs, CDs, etc.
  2. Photocopies - Photocopies of articles can be put on reserve that meet the following criteria (as outlined in the George Brown’s Fair Dealing Policy):
    • A request to put the short excerpt on library reserve is made by or on behalf of a faculty member and in respect of a specific course or program of instruction;
    • The number of copies does not exceed the number of students enrolled in the course of instructions;
    • the copy is used only for the purpose of library reserve by students enrolled in the college. 

For more information contact Sarah Wiebe at swiebe@georgebrown.ca or ext. 3934

  • Last Updated Jan 08, 2019
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  • Answered By Heather Buffett

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