Answered By: Alison Gowers Last Updated: Nov 28, 2018 Views: 232
Print material – Generally interpreted as applying per course
Example: You can photocopy one chapter from a book for students in one course and a different chapter from the same book for another course.
Online material – Limits apply per course
Example: You can communicate one chapter from a book for students in one course and a different chapter from the same book for another course. BUT, these need to submitted to eReserve to ensure that the University does not breach these copyright conditions.
eReserve: a centralised approach
Limits to each item submitted to eReserve
For books, 10% of the total number of pages, or one chapter if the work is broken up into chapters.
For journal articles, one article from an issue of a journal, or more than one if they are on the same subject matter.
Please see the eReserve Guide for more information - library.nd.edu.au/ereserve