Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: Jun 02, 2017     Views: 18

The University Library reproduces and reformats library materials for purposes consistent with U.S. copyright law. For items reformatted for publication or other public dissemination, the Library requires that the Library’s collections receive appropriate recognition. The University typically does not hold the copyright or other intellectual property rights of items in its collections, so you must obtain any permissions required for publication or distribution of these materials from the copyright owners.

Reproduction fees are affected by the nature of the original material as well as the requested end product. The University Library reserves the right to deny reproduction requests because of the condition of materials, existing donor agreements, or recognized third-party privacy rights.

For more information, see the Library’s Guidelines and Fees for Reproduction Services for Library Materials.

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