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Last Updated: Apr 21, 2017     Views: 57

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If the faculty member owns the copyright on the material to be placed on reserve (lecture notes or exams, for example), or if the material is in the public domain, or is no longer protected by copyright law, the material may be placed on reserve without restriction. If the faculty member does not hold the copyright, the entire book can be placed on library reserve without restriction, but no more than 10% or one chapter of the book can be scanned for e-reserves.