The NSCC Print Services order form includes a section for adding bibliographic details about copied content in your print job. Please indicate on the order form the condition the copyrighted content is being copied under:
To confirm that the fair dealing copyright exception applies and to document the use of copyright protected content under this users right. Meeting these requirements will protect both you and the institution.
If the copying exceeds the amount permissible under Fair Dealing, you will be contacted about finding alternate ways to use the material. For example a license or permission.
NSCC has a new Course Pack Repository available on OurNSCC School web pages to provide quick access to the most recent, copyright approved version of course materials for your programs for ease of sharing, printing and uploading to D2L.
The repository includes:
To request printing of copyright cleared items from this repository through Print Services, please use the Print Services Order Form, choose the ‘Document Title’ from the drop down list, check copyright cleared repository, and ensure that you include the required course information (Faculty Name, Course name, Course code, Number of students, School, Campus, & Semester) for all orders.
The copyright detail section of the Print Services Order Form does NOT have to be completed for course materials in the cleared repository. This information was submitted and documented as part of the clearance process.
If you have any questions about the ‘Course Pack Repository’ or are interested in determining if your materials are eligible for inclusion, please contact the Copyright Office at email@example.com.
When the nature or extent of copying falls outside of "fair dealing" faculty are responsible for obtaining permission from the copyright holder. Support is available from the Copyright Office or your Campus Librarian.
Check for copyright information on the:
Your letter should include the following information:
**Copies of permissions should be sent to copyright @nscc.ca so that they can be added to the central permission repository.
**Submit copies of relevant permissions to the print shop with your print job order.
Letters of permission, including email permissions, require a level of formality. To help ensure you receive useable permissions consider including this template in your email.
If you approach a publisher for permission to copy and they in turn refer you to Access Copyright for permissions, you will be NOT be able to use those materials.
You will need to seek out alternative resources or use materials according to the exceptions for educational institutions as outlined in the Copyright Act of Canada.