The information below outlines acceptable
practices for making required readings
accessible to students. Where no existing
licence or other form of permission pre-authorizes
from the copyright owner may be necessary.
to students in a format of your choice
has been acquired.
Production and Sale of Printed Course Materials
For those inEdmonton, SUBPrint
Copy Centre on the main campus is the first
point of contact for accepting requests and
answering inquiries related to the production
of printed course materials. See their website
for more information.
those in Camrose at Augustana Faculty, contact
your on campus Copy Centre for instructions
on preparing your course materials and submitting
All course collections sold to students will
be reviewed for copyright compliance prior
to production. The responsibility for this
review resides with the Copyright Office.
Download and complete a Copyright
Compliance Review Form and send it to
us via email.
As the time required for clearing copyright
does vary, we recommend submitting your request
6-8 weeks in advance of your course start
to a Learning Management System
(Last updated: 11Jul2016) Please consult the Copyright
Review Form to determine whether submission of the Form for review prior to uploading course content will be required. If you submit a Copyright Review Form, Copyright Office staff will review the
course selections and advise on uploading selections to the LMS after their review is complete. Regardless of whether the submission of a Copyright Review Form is required, please follow the guidelines outlined below when posting course
materials to an LMS.
than reproduce and provide a copy of an
e-journal article or e-book accessible
through the UA Libraries, create a persistent
URL to the original source. Likewise
for content available on the open web.
due diligence in ensuring the copy reproduced
is made from a lawful source.
against systematic, cumulative copying
from the same work over the course of
distribution to students enrolled in the
readings to a secure learning management
system operated by and under the control
of the University. Ensure documents are
no longer accessible to students once
the course or series of courses it pertains
to has ended.
Provide a full citation of the work and the following statement on a page of the material, or otherwise associated with the copy, where it will be seen by the student before reading the selection:
content has been reproduced and provided
or communicated pursuant to the University
of Alberta Fair Dealing Guidelines for use by students enrolled in the
course of study or training program
for which it was made. Any reproduction
or other use of this material is strictly