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Copyright Permission Procedures

'Jacket Book and Supply

University of Wisconsin-Superior

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Superior, WI 54880

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Jacket Book and Supply

Copyright Permission Procedures

The following procedures apply when a faculty member would like to copy a book or any part of a book for use in the classroom and charge the student
a fee for the materials. This does not apply to handout materials for which no fee is charged to the student in compliance with federal copyright laws. If you are unsure whether permission from the publisher is necessary, please contact the publisher directly. Faculty members are not allowed to collect
money from students for copied information in class.

Contact Vaughn Russom at the bookstore and provide the following information:

  1. Instructor's name
  2. Course number and title
  3. Author's name
  4. Book title
  5. Edition of the book
  6. Number of copies
  7. Number of pages to be copied
  8. Dates that the course is offered
  9. Publisher's name

Vaughn will then contact the publisher requesting permission to copy the materials. It takes anywhere from one day to one week to hear back from the
publisher. Try to allow enough time to have what you need by the fist day of class.

The publisher will send a letter of permission to Vaughn, allowing the university to copy the materials. Vaughn will notify the faculty member that
permission has or has not been obtained. If permission is obtained, the faculty member should provide Vaughn with a copy of the materials for duplication
by the copy center.

Vaughn will distribute the information to the copy center. The copy center will duplicate the required materials. The bookstore will then price the copied
materials and sell them to the students. Any leftover copies will be charged to the department requesting the copies. The copies will be forwarded to the

As we get closer to the start of school, time becomes a major concern. Please allow enough time to get the request to the publisher and for them to

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