Universal Design, Copyright, and Fair Use E-Reserves: A CSU Success Story Jesse Hausler, Assistive Technology Resource Center, ACCESS Project Cristi MacWaters,
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Universal Design, Copyright, and Fair Use E-Reserves: A CSU Success Story Jesse Hausler, Assistive Technology Resource Center, ACCESS Project Cristi MacWaters, Interliberary Loan/Electronic Reserves Coordinator
Background Story: ATRC’s Goals for E-Reserves Short Term Goals – Clean, Readable Scans – Enable students to use OCR software – Interact with Assistive Technology Long Term Goals – OCR for all Electronic Reserves – PDF tags for Accessibility
ILL’s Electronic Reserve Process Clean, Readable Scans OCR for all Electronic Reserves PDF tags for Accessibility Compliance with Copyright and Fair Use Regulations
Defining UDL Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles and techniques for creating inclusive classroom instruction and accessible course materials. teaching technology
What Makes a PDF Document Universally Designed? Accessibility Search-ability Select-ability for Copy and Paste Bookmarks or an Interactive TOC Text to Speech capability
Let’s Look at Scanned PDFs Scanned PDF Scanned PDF with Optical Character Recognition Scanned PDF with OCR and Tags added
Scanned PDF Results AccessibilitySearch-AbilityCopy/PasteBookmarksText to Speech Scanned PDF Scanned PDF with OCR OCR and Tags
UDL Modules Teaching Course Materials – Microsoft Word Styles and Headings Images – Adobe PDF – HTML – E-Text http://accessproject.colostate.edu
Copyright Basics for Electronic Reserves Morgan Library Electronic Reserves
Services provided by Electronic Reserve Accessible copies Linking documents for licensed materials Dark archive for reuse in future semesters
Foundation of Copyright for ER: Section 107 of the Copyright law permits multiple copies for classroom use IF it meets the 4 factors of Fair Use. Purpose/character of the use Nature of the work Amount of the portion used in relation to the whole Effect on market value
Copyright Guidelines for Electronic Reserve Scan item with title page and copyright info No more than one book chapter or article from a journal issue per class Don’t combine several items from various sources into one new ER reading
Copyright Guidelines for Electronic Reserve Some electronic journal licenses may forbid placing the article on ER. We will create links instead If items are reused for more than one semester, copyright royalties may be required. Link to websites or webpages, don’t copy and paste into a new document
What about Electronic Journals from the library’s collection? Licensing trumps fair use Some publishers do not allow their material to be displayed in an electronic reserve system. Safest to link to the article via the database.
Special Circumstances Conference papers---get author(s) written permission to display, perhaps they will supply a more authoritative version than you have.
Special Circumstances Student papers---you can not use these in future classes without permission of the student author. “The ownership of student works created in the course of academic requirements shall be with the student and the University may retain the work as needed for its instructional or record-keeping purposes. The University and the Members may not use the work in any other manner without the written consent of the student.”
What if….I need MORE than this? Link to a web resource (or ask ER staff to create a linking document for you) Multiple chapters? Place the book on print reserve. This can be either a CSU owned book or a personal copy. Place it on RamCT. You become responsible for copyright compliance.