Provides a practical guide to gaining copyright clearance for making electronic copies of journal articles based on experience gained on the eLib project, Project ACORN. Includes tips on identifying and contacting copyright owners, elements to include in letters of approach, chase tactics, and dealing with refusals and charges.
How to Cite:
Gadd, E., (1997). Copyright Clearance for the Digital Library: A Practical Guide to Gaining Electronic Permissions for Journal Articles. Serials. 10(1), pp.27–31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/1027