Materials in the collections are to be used for private
study, scholarship, or research in accord with the copyright
law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). FAU
Libraries adhere to all conditions specified in the law when
providing reproductions of copyrighted material. Any
subsequent use of a reproduction in excess of "fair use,"
may result in the userís liability for copyright
infringement. To help determine rights, please consult
Michael Brewer & ALA Office for Information Technology
Digital Copyright Slider or the
Section 108 of the U.S. Copyright Code Spinner.
When using electronic copies or
images, please keep in mind that copyright law applies.
Permission from the Special Collections Department is
required when downloading, printing, reproducing or
copying items from our digital collections. It is the
responsibility of the researcher to obtain copyright
permission from the rights holder when copying material in
excess of fair use. Restriction in the copying of materials
may be imposed if the researcher does not have written
permission from the rights holder.
Should the researcher use or reproduce special collections material
when submitting or publishing his or her own writing or
research, the author must credit Florida Atlantic University
Libraries Special Collections. If research at FAU
Special Collections results in publication, we would
appreciate citation information that would allow us to
reference that work to future researchers.