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Digitisation and copyright compliance for course materials and library reserve materials at Deakin University

Author: Kartus, Ebe; Runner, Donna; Clarke, Susan
Publisher: Monash University 2002-01-01
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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A digitization effort employed by Deakin University Library has proven to be of great benefit to its distance and lifelong learners. This paper discusses issues involved with digitization and copyright compliance issues associated with producing electronic information resources made available to distance and lifelong learners at Deakin University. The authors discus the balance between print and e-reserves, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference Paper, Exhibition or Event Item
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Kartus, Ebe; Runner, Donna; Clarke, Susan
OCLC Number: 764398228
Language Note: English

Abstract:

A digitization effort employed by Deakin University Library has proven to be of great benefit to its distance and lifelong learners. This paper discusses issues involved with digitization and copyright compliance issues associated with producing electronic information resources made available to distance and lifelong learners at Deakin University. The authors discus the balance between print and e-reserves, the differences in course-pack content and electronic reserves and the copyright compliance issues that regulate fair access. Budgetary concerns, in terms of staff time, computer equipment were weighed to determine efficiency. The project was carried out in several phases, beginning with the digitization of class notes, exams, class presentations, and finally with the materials covered within copyright regulations. A respective project would complete the project. It was found that there was a significant financial savings in the digitization of electronic reserves, yet the main goal was to better serve the remote user with enhanced access. Relevant screenshots and bibliography are included. M. Thomas.

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