Q. What is Access Copyright?
Answered By: Rowena Johnson (Wake) Last Updated: Nov 08, 2017 Views: 59
In April 2012, a new model license was prepared by Access Copyright and the Association of Universities and Colleges at $26 per student. This license has not been signed by the University of Calgary. The previous Access Copyright License ceased on September 1, 2011.
Course packs sent to the University of Calgary Bookstore or Bound and Copied with a Custom Materials Copyright Photocopy Log will have all citations checked and cleared for permissions required. Please allow time for this process. Digital materials that are posted to a course management system such as Blackboard or OSLER must be a link, licensed, or in the public domain/open access. Send all digital citations to email@example.com so that any permissions required may be acquired and paid for before class use.
More information on the decision to opt out of the Access Copyright Interim Tariff.
This document will guide you through obtaining permissions for material not licensed by the university, Open Access, in the public domain or your own work.
Last updated Aug. 20, 2013