Extracts that are digitised by IRS staff are stored on the CLA Digital Content Store (DCS). The DCS generates links to digitised extracts which are placed on module reading lists to be accessed by students and staff on the module of study.
The publication must either be owned or subscribed to by the University and appear in 'Locate'/library catalogue or the extract can be requested 'copyright cleared' from the British Library.
We can digitise a chapter from any edition of a book that is not on the CLA excluded publications list, however, the license does not permit us to digitise more than 1 chapter or 10% across different editions of the same book.
Coventry University holds a CLA Higher Education Licence with the Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd. Subject to terms and conditions this allows the copying and re-use of extracts and still images to make them available to students. The CLA Licence also allows the scanning of material, including making scanned material available to students. There are restrictions on this and only library IRS staff are authorised to scan material for module reading lists. Please email email@example.com if you want to know more about this.
Please see the information below for further details.
None of the below material is covered by the CLA HE Licence:
Printed Music (including the words)
Maps and Charts
Workbooks, workcards and assignment sheets
The following amount can be copied:
1 whole chapter from a book
1 whole article from a journal part
1 whole paper from a conference proceedings
1 whole report of a single case from a volume of judicial proceedings
1 whole scene from a play
1 short story, poem or play (not exceeding 10 pages in length) from an anthology
10% of the total publication - whichever is the greater.
Under the terms of the CLA HE licence ONLY Information Resource Services staff can create digitised items for inclusion on module reading lists.
Coventry University staff and students are NOT permitted to copy, download, and store copies of books, chapters, articles etc. on any VLE (eg.Moodle) for the purpose of making them available to anyone else.
To request that a chapter or article be digitised for a module of study email the relevant librarian with the publication details: Title, Year, author, chapter, pages and the module code(s) the digitisation is for.