As we head into the Winter term, we’re reaching out to all instructors to remind you of the services and resources available for assisting with copyright questions that relate to your teaching.
- Course Reserves, Print & Retail Solutions, or the Centre for Extended Learning staff will assess copyright concerns on your behalf, and apply fair dealing, a Library license, or purchase transactional licensing for you.
- firstname.lastname@example.org – A team of four copyright helpers can assist you with your question.
- Copyright workshops are offered each term. These sessions provide a simple overview of copyright as it applies to your teaching.
- The Copyright at Waterloo website provides information to assist you, including a frequently asked questions page, and the Fair Dealing Advisory. These pages are available to guide the use of resources in your teaching.
- E-Journals and e-Books are almost always covered by license agreements. License agreements set out specific rules to follow when using electronic resources.
- To find out if you can use licensed content in LEARN, use the Finding Usage Rights page for step-by-step instructions on how to find license terms.
If you have any questions about copyright or licensing, please send them to email@example.com.
For more help using Library resources in your teaching, reach out to your Liaison Librarian. To find the Librarian for your subject area, use the Librarians by subject page.