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  • Course Reserves | GW Libraries
    your search terms ArticlesPlus Catalog Journals Reference Site Research RESEARCH Find Books Media Journals Tutorial Subject Databases Tutorial ArticlesPlus Tutorial Classic Catalog Research Guides Subjects Art Psychology More Topics Industry Grants More Tools RefWorks Citation Styles More How Do I Tutorials Get Help Ask A Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Reserves Course Reserves Reserves Request Form Media Reserves Form Course Builder Access Course Reserves Renewal New Reserves Item Order Form Reserves Loan Periods Fines and Fees Policies for Submitting Course Reserves E Reserves and Blackboard Use and Reproduction of Copyrighted Materials Course Reserves Below you ll find information for faculty about placing materials on course reserve at the libraries and for students about finding materials placed on reserve by your professors FACULTY STUDENTS Submit Your Reserve Request Form Search the Catalog for Course Reserves Renew Previous Reserves How to Search the Catalog for Course Reserves Order New Items for Reserve E Reserves and Blackboard Media Reserve Request Form Blackboard Course Builder Access for E Reserve Loan Periods Fines and Fees Policies Copyright Guidelines Copyright Guidelines If you have questions

    Original URL path: http://library.gwu.edu/services/reserves?mobile=no (2016-02-13)
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  • Consortium Loan Service Request | GW Libraries
    show less Library Services Library Services Borrow and Renew Study Spaces Consortium Loan Service Scholarly Communications Data Services Electronic Theses Dissertations Information Technology Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Reserves Off Campus Student Services Consortium Loan Service Request Please use this form only when you are unable to log in to the WRLC Catalog to place a CLS request To send your request to the Gelman Library CLS staff complete the following form and click the Submit button at the bottom of the form Submit a separate form for each item you want to request Today s Date Year Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Month Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Item not Need Unless Received by Year Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Month Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Forward to Interlibrary Loan Yes No If we are unable to obtain the material from a Consortium library would you like us to forward your request to Interlibrary Loan Keep in mind this may take an additional 1 2 weeks First Name Last Name Street Address City State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Marshall Islands Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico

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  • Consortium Loan Service | GW Libraries
    at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Library Services Library Services Borrow and Renew Study Spaces Consortium Loan Service Scholarly Communications Data Services Electronic Theses Dissertations Information Technology Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Reserves Off Campus Student Services Consortium Loan Service What is the Consortium Loan Service The Consortium Loan Service CLS is a way to obtain books and articles that are not available at your home library You can request materials held at Washington Research Library Consortium WRLC libraries GW campuses Gelman Mount Vernon and Virginia Science Technology Campus Libraries or from the WRLC off site storage facility Books can be delivered in a few days to the Gelman Eckles or Virginia Science Technology Campus circulation desks Articles can be scanned and posted as links to your My Library Account page usually in a day or two The service is available to eligible borrowers GW faculty students and staff Before you place your first request Register your email address in My Library Account Use your preferred email address You ll receive notifications at this address when your requests are fulfilled Click here for step by step directions and videos for placing a request Loan Periods and Renewal Procedures for Books Check with the Circulation Desk for loan periods specific to your patron group renewal limits and fine and fee policies All Consortium Loan items are subject to possible recall according to the lending library s policies Renewal requests must be on or before the due date Only 3 online email or telephone renewals are available After this items must brought to the Circulation Desk for further renewals Borrowed materials may be returned to Gelman Library Mt Vernon Campus Eckles Library Virginia Science

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  • Copyright and Author's Rights | GW Libraries
    Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Scholarly Communication Scholarly Communication Copyright and Author s Rights Copyright and Blackboard Copyright and Fair Use Copyright and Author s Rights All authors need to be familiar with basic concepts of copyright in today s scholarly communication landscape All too frequently author s give away their rights to their intellectual property to publishers who then reap all of the financial benefit from the deal and then turn around and charge authors and the institutions that supported their research to have access to the scholarly content A few key pieces of information to know include the following Copyright is a bundle of rights The right to reproduce the work The right to distribute the work The right to prepare derivative works The right to perform the work The right to display the work The right to license any of the above to third parties NOTE IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO SIGN AWAY ALL OF YOUR RIGHTS TO A PUBLISHER IT IS PERFECTLY POSSIBLE TO SIGN AWAY ONLY THOSE RIGHTS THAT A PUBLISHER NEEDS TO PUBLISH YOUR BOOK OR ARTICLE FOR ITS FIRST PUBLICATION WHILE RETAINING THE RIGHTS TO FURTHER EXPLOIT YOUR OWN WORK Before you inadvertently give away your rights you should understand the following Copyright can be transferred only in writing Licensing allows specific rights to be retained Authors keep copyright and license other rights e g first publication Publishers take copyright and license rights back e g reproduction derivatives Addenda can be added to publication agreements to open the door for negotiating rights retention Bundled vs Unbundled Rights Traditionally publishers want full copyright this is a holdover from the print only days when

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  • Copyright and Blackboard | GW Libraries
    more Hours show more show less Scholarly Communication Scholarly Communication Copyright and Author s Rights Copyright and Blackboard Copyright and Fair Use Copyright and Blackboard The George Washington University is committed to promoting practices that are in compliance with federal copyright law The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to GW faculty on how to utilize Blackboard while remaining compliant with copyright law It is important to note that posting an item on a password protected site like Blackboard does not exempt a faculty member from his or her responsibilities to adhere to copyright law The following are general guidelines that GW faculty should always consider when posting material on Blackboard Faculty shall only post materials onto Blackboard for a non profit educational use Faculty must include the proper attributions and citations for all posted materials Faculty should include the following Copyright Notice on their Blackboard sites a COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Act 17 U S C 10 governs the rights attributed to owners of copyrighted work Under certain circumstances educational institutions may provide copies of copyrighted works to students The copies may not be copied nor used for any other purpose besides private study scholarship or research Users should not provide electronic copies of any materials provided on this course s Blackboard site to unauthorized users If a user fails to comply with Fair Use restrictions he she may be held liable for copyright infringement No further transmission or electronic distribution is permitted Access to course materials on Blackboard should be limited to the faculty and students currently registered for that particular course Once the course is completed students should no longer have access to any posted course materials Faculty must use best efforts where feasible to retrieve permission from the copyright owners of any material posted Posting Copyrighted Material without Permission Faculty should never post the entirety of a copyrighted work without the copyright owner s express permission For example faculty should not upload an entire book onto Blackboard Whenever possible faculty should post a weblink link to a website instead of posting a copy of the website s content onto Blackboard If linking to a website is not possible faculty should consider adding the material to E Reserves and then posting a link to the E Reserves material onto Blackboard For inquiries related to adding material to E Reserves and or linking to material on E Reserves please contact your School s librarian If linking to a website or E Reserves is not feasible utilize the following chart which provides guidance on the use of copyrighted materials without permission Item Permitted Use Prohibited Use Website containing copyrighted material Link to the Website via Blackboard Copying and pasting the content of the website onto Blackboard Web Image Must be educational in nature posted for one semester Repeated use over multiple semesters Article from E Reserves or Other Library Database Direct link to the article Copying and pasting the content of the website onto Blackboard Complete Prose

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  • Copyright and Fair Use | GW Libraries
    Copyright and Fair Use Copyright and Fair Use Copyright Scholars submitting content for publication online should be aware of copyright and fair use considerations Understanding Copyright and Fair Use will help reduce your concerns Copyright is a protection provided to authors of originals works in the United States Copyright arises automatically when an original work is fixed in a tangible form of expression In general tangible forms include literary works musical works including any accompanying words dramatic works including any accompanying music pantomimes and choreographic works pictorial graphic and sculptural works motion pictures and other audiovisual works sound recordings and architectural works Poetry prose computer programming artwork musical notation recorded music and or song animations video footage Java applets a Web page architectural drawings and photographs are all copyrightable expressions However facts exact duplications of public domain works ideas systems works created by employees of the Federal Government titles and short phrases logos and slogans and forms that only collect information do not qualify as copyrightable The author generally owns copyright However in some cases in which an employee has done the work for the employer the employer owns the work Copyright gives authors owners of copyrighted work the exclusive right to reproduce the work to make derivative works to distribute copies of the work to perform the work to display the work and for sound recordings to perform the work publicly Fair Use Fair use lets you use parts of works created by others in your work Sometimes you need to obtain permission from the authors owners of an original work to use parts of it The concept of fair use is somewhat vague when discussed in the abstract Its meaning depends critically on the particular facts of the individual situation The law does not clearly distinguish which uses are fair and which are not The fair use doctrine allows limited reproduction of copyrighted works for educational and research purposes The relevant portion of the copyright statute says that the fair use of a copyrighted work including reproduction for purposes such as criticism news reporting teaching including multiple copies for classroom use scholarship or research is not an infringement of copyright The law lists the following factors as the ones to be evaluated in determining whether a particular use of a copyrighted work is a permitted fair use rather than an infringement of the copyright The purpose and character of the use including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes The nature of the copyrighted work The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work Although all of these factors will be considered the last factor is the most important in determining whether a particular use is fair Where a work is available for purchase or license from the copyright owner in the medium or format desired copying

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  • GW's Electronic Theses and Dissertations Submission Pages | GW Libraries
    Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less ETD Menu ETD Home Corcoran Students About GW ETDs Prepare for Submission and Publication Copyright Creative Commons Licenses Patent Issues Publisher Issues Publishing Options Explanation of Key Terms Open Access Traditional Publishing Formatting Your Content Dissertations Master s Theses MS Word Help LaTeX for GW ETDS ETD Submission Process Submission Deadlines Steps in Submission Best Practices ProQuest ETD Administrator Site Submission Review Process Checklist for Graduation Forms and Surveys Contacts FAQs Searching for Dissertations and Theses GW s Electronic Theses and Dissertations Submission Pages Welcome to the George Washington University s Electronic Theses and Dissertations ETD website This website in a one stop shop for all your ETD needs It includes information on Formatting requirements Steps for ETD Submission including the required forms ETD Deadlines Contact information for GW Graduate Schools Since George Washington University began the Electronic Theses and Dissertation program in Fall 2007 over 1 500 theses and dissertations have been successfully processed using the ETD Administrator system The ETD Program was adopted to allow graduate students to create works of scholarship that are interactive visually appealing and

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  • Scholarly Communication | GW Libraries
    Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Scholarly Communication Scholarly Communication Copyright and Author s Rights Copyright and Blackboard Copyright and Fair Use Scholarly Communication Theses and Dissertations Scholarly Communication Services coordinates the electronic submission process for theses and dissertations at GWU The GWU Electronic Theses and Dissertations website provides detailed information for graduate students and their advisors on the step by step process of preparing and submitting theses and dissertations Electronic University Archives University records in electronic form and other electronic files maintainted by university units which are submitted to the University Archives in the Gelman Library will be hosted at this site For more information about what is already available please see the Digital Collections page Scholarly Journals Gelman Library staff are working with faculty graduate and undergraduate students on campus to host online journals including peer reviewed journals using an overlay journal approach The first of these journals Policy Perspectives went online as of May 2009 The full list of journals published includes Policy Perspectives Prefix Public Writing Women in and Beyond the Global Other Scholarly Content Scholarly Communication Services hosts other scholarly content in digital format including but not limited to research notes data sets pre print publications post print publications conference proceedings conference papers project reports and more for our faculty students and affiliated research staff International Standard Book Numbers The George Washington University Libraries has become the official entity empowered to assign International Standard Book Numbers ISBNs to monographs and other

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