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What copyright limitations exist for interlibrary loans?

Last Updated: Jun 16, 2016  |  183 Views

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  • Under the fair dealing provisions of Canadian Copyright law, material provided through interlibrary loan may only be used for the purpose of research, private study, education, satire, parody, criticism, review, or news reporting. If the copy is used for the purpose of review, criticism or news reporting, the source and the name of the author must be mentioned. the use of this material for any other purpose may require the permission of the copyright owner. Please see UVic's Fair Dealing Guidelines for more information on copyright and fair dealing limits.
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