- UC Systemwide Copyright Policies and Resources
- UCLA Copyright Policies
- Appropriate Use of Licensed Electronic Resources
- Interlibrary Loan Operations
- UCLA Library Copyright Policy on In-Library Reserves
- UCLA Library Copyright Policy on Electronic Reserves
- Policy Regarding Mediated Copying
- Policy Regarding Unpublished Materials
- Making Copies of Copyrighted Materials for UCLA Library Collections
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Purpose of the UCLA Library Copyright Policy
To state the UCLA Library's responsibilities and its policies, procedures, and guidelines governing the reproduction of copyrighted material, with particular respect to the provisions of the Copyright Revision Act of 1976, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Copyright Term Extension Act, and pertinent University of California policies.
To state, insofar as is possible, the UCLA Library’s responsibilities and its policies, procedures, and guidelines governing the use and reproduction of copyrighted materials available in or converted to digital formats. The UCLA Library actively monitors the evolving digital copyright policies and guidelines and will modify its policies, procedures, and guidelines as necessary.
To state the library users' responsibilities concerning the reproduction of copyrighted materials.