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Interlibrary Loan (ILL) - Borrowing from other Libraries: ILL Copyright Policy

I. Institutional Interlibrary Loans

By choosing “Submit” you are confirming that:

(a) you are requesting an item that a patron of your library requires for research, private study, education, parody, satire, criticism, review, or news reporting, that the patron requiring the copy is a student, staff member, faculty member, affiliated borrower, or alumni  of your institution, and that once the patron receives a copy you will delete the electronic copy;

(b) where the patron requires the copy for review, criticism or news reporting, they have been advised they must mention:

(i) the source; and
(ii) if given in the source, the name of the author of the work;

(c) the patron has been advised that it is against the law to transmit the copy to any third party;

(d) the electronic copy is made available to the patron requesting the copy either by email sent directly to the patron, or from a secure server protected by a technological protection measure that ensures that the copy is only made available to the patron requesting the copy;

(e) the electronic copy is transmitted to the patron requesting the copy in PDF format or a similar format that restricts the copy from being altered by the patron; and

(f) if transmitting the copy by email, you delete your sent email once the email has been transmitted, and if making the copy available from a secure server, you delete the copy stored on your server once the patron requesting the copy has downloaded one copy from the server and is not transmitted to another patron requesting a copy.