Answered By: Copyright Officer University Library
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2024     Views: 3950

A title page is the page inside a print or eBook that includes the full title of the book and usually the author and publisher.

A title verso page is usually behind the title page and includes Copyright information about that book such as ISBN, publication date and place of publication, disclaimers, cover design details, and editor details.

If you are including scanned materials in a Leganto Reading List, you will be asked to provide a copy of the title and title verso page so that the materials are appropriately attributed. 

Example of a title page:

Example of title verso page:

Note. From Pride and Prejudice (p. 2), by J. Austen, 1991, Lerner Publishing Group.