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Guide to Canadian Copyright and ECU policies on Copyright

Access Copyright Licence parameters for copying of print publications

Emily Carr University currently is a signatory to the  tariff offered by Access Copyright.  Consequently, faculty and students can take advantage of the permissions of their license.  You can use the Title Search & Permissions tool on the Access Copyright page to determine if a publication falls within the Access Copyright license.

The terms and conditions of the Access Copyright hereby grants the Licensee a non-exclusive licence, for any Authorized Person to: 

i. make Copies of up to twenty percent (20%) of a Repertoire Work or make Copies of

  1. an entire page or article from a magazine, journal or newspaper that is a Repertoire Work,
  2. an entire short story, play, poem, essay or article from a Repertoire Work that contains other Published Works,
  3. an entire entry or article from a reference work that is a Repertoire Work, 
  4. an entire reproduction of an artistic work (including any drawing, painting, print, photograph or other reproduction of a work of sculpture, architectural work or work of artistic craftsmanship) from a Repertoire Work that contains other Published Works, or
  5. an entire chapter from a book that is a Repertoire Work, provided that it is no more than twenty-five percent (25%) of that Repertoire Work,  

for any Authorized Purpose, including for use in a Course Collection.

Apart from the rights specifically granted in this agreement, the Licensee is granted no other right or licence in the Repertoire Works. Access Copyright does not grant the Licensee a licence to gain or to secure access to Repertoire Works for the purposes of Copying Repertoire Works or for any other purpose. 

Access Copyright Licence Agreement

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