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A graduate-level chemistry textbook has three chapters that would be quite useful for my students, but the rest of the material is too advanced for them. The book is too expensive to assign for just three chapters. May I make five copies of the three chapters and put the copies on library reserve? A: Probably not, unless the graduate-level book is not available at a fair price. Three chapters is a substantial portion of the whole book, and your purpose (saving your students' money), while laudable, would adversely impact the copyright holder's revenue.
Q 19: Users often request that the library provide them with copies of portions of copyrighted works. Under what circumstances may the library do so? A: The library may supply a user with a single copy of a portion of a copyrighted work under six conditions: (1) The portion must be brief no more than one article or other contribution to a collective work, or a "small part" of any other copyrighted work. This rule does not permit copying of sheet music, pictures, or graphics, except for incidental illustrations of text, nor does it permit copying of sculpture, movies, or audiovisual works other than news programs; Page 10 each year, a library may request no more than five copies of articles which were published during the most recent five years from a periodical title.
State and local government works may be protected by copyright but the opinions of state courts are not. Facts and Ideas Facts and ideas contained in a copyrighted work cannot be protected by copyright. Only the "expression" of the facts or ideas can be protected. This rule applies to technical and scientific ideas, historical and biographical facts, raw data in a database, and the abstract results of research. This rule, however, does not give anyone a right to copy the way an author expresses the facts or ideas.
Guidelines for Educational Use of Copyrighted Materials: Designed for Educators and Librarians in the Higher Education Setting by Peggy Hoon