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Putting material in HuskyCT (ECR) which is not owned by you or the Library

Allow at least three weeks of lead time during the first few weeks of the semester.

Student papers placed on Reserve must be accompanied by a signed release form.

Selections obtained through InterLibrary Loan, borrowed, or photocopied by you from another Library's holdings or from a colleague cannot be placed on Reserve unless permission from the publisher is obtained or copyright fees are paid.

Course anthologies cannot be placed on Reserve due to copyright restrictions.

Follow these guidelines for compliance with the Library's copyright policy for material owned by the Library or by you (ownership means in original format, a photocopy does not constitute ownership):

  1. Journals - one article per journal issue or 15% of the issue, whichever is greater.
  2. If the copyright symbol is not on the first page of the article, you must include the page with the publisher information from the front of the issue.
  3. Printouts of articles from websites usually cannot be used. Please provide the web address so Reserve staff can verify the terms of use.
  4. Books - one chapter or 15% of the book, whichever is greater.
  5. You must include the title page and the page with the copyyright symbol from the book.
  6. Click here for more in depth copyright information.

Complete the Reserve Request form on the Library Resources page of your HuskyCT course site to tell us what you want on Reserve.

Materials to be scanned may be delivered to us in one of the following ways:

  1. Drop your material off at the iDesk on the Plaza level of the Homer Babbidge Library, or at the Circulation Desk of your regional campus library.
  2. Email or Snail Mail your material.