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Use the entry form found via the link below as many times as you need to enter your citations. Each time you hit "submit record" you will be adding a permission request. If you have multiple requests to submit, hit the "back" button on your browser, change the citation information, and hit "submit record" for each individual request. You will only need to change the actual citation information, all information that remains constant - such as the course name, instructor, contact information, and estimated number of copies - can be left alone and needs to be entered only once.
Complete bibliographic information for each
item submitted is required to process your requests. Please be aware
that publishers will not respond to incomplete requests. If you are
missing information, check the original publication. If that's not
available, try looking it up in University Libraries Online Catalogs. If you are requesting material from an anthology, it is likely that
the publisher of the anthology does not control rights to the material.
You must check for a citation of the original source, either from
the acknowledgments page or at the beginning or end of the selection.
If there is an alternate citation, please provide both sets of complete
information (i.e., as it appears in the anthology and as it is listed
in the acknowledgments). This will assist us in identifying the appropriate
Remember, you must obtain permission each time an item is used. However, once our office has processed your requests, all source information will be kept on file. If reusing material that was previously cleared by our office, you simply need to contact us, let us know the last time the material was used, and we will call up the information from our database. You do not have to re-enter material that has been submitted to our office previously. Of course, you will need to alert us to any changes or additions to the material.
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