The Search for a Service Model of Copyright Best Practices in Academic Libraries

Stephanie Lewin-Lane, Nora Dethloff, Julie Grob, Adam Townes, Ashley Lierman

Abstract


To add to their suite of available copyright services and to create a service model of best practices, the University of Houston Libraries’ newly formed Copyright Team initiated a literature review and performed an environmental scan of peer institutions’ copyright policies and procedures. This article outlines the impetus and results for both studies and offers future considerations.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17161/jcel.v2i2.6713

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