Princeton University and the Library comply with United States copyright law. The Library encourages all campus researchers to have basic understanding of U.S. copyright law and an awareness of their rights and responsibilities regarding reproduction and use of copyrighted material.
General questions about appropriate use of library materials that may be under copyright should be directed to Joan Martine in the Library.
The materials available through the e-reserves system are password protected and are to be used only by enrolled students in connection with the course for which the materials have been assigned. These materials must not be copied or distributed for other purposes except as permitted under copyright law. For further information regarding the scope and nature of copyright protection and the limits of the “fair use” exemption, please consult the Copyright website prepared by the Office of General Counsel. Failure to use e-reserves as provided above may violate the University’s copyright permissions policy and result in the loss of your access privileges.
For questions regarding music reserves, contact Dan Gallagher at the Mendel Music Library.
For questions regarding video reserves, contact Ben Johnston at the Humanities Resources Center.