Re: Replacement Pages question Wilma Dague 17 Oct 2008 21:23 UTC

We've been on both sides of this issue, so I don't think there's any need for copyright clearance. You're just replacing  pages that belong in a periodical anyway, right?

Best regards,

Wilma Weant Dague
Serials  Coordinator
Benedictine College Library
1020 North 2nd St.
Atchison, KS 66002

(913) 360-7610

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From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum [] On Behalf Of John Klima
Sent: Friday, October 17, 2008 2:13 PM
Subject: [SERIALST] Replacement Pages question

This is my first posting here. I searched through the archives, but did
not find anything that answered my question.

We've been contacted by a bindery to get replacement pages for binding
they are doing for a different institution.

If I supply these, do I run them through Copyright Clearance? We're
essentially doing document delivery to the bindery. We're not replacing
pages for ourselves, this is for someone else.

All the examples of copyright in regards to replacement pages that I'm
finding say something along the lines of: "Copies may be acquired for
the purpose of replacing missing or damaged pages without obtaining
permission or checking for availability." But in each case, they're
talking about replacing pages in the bound journals that are part of
their holdings.

I'm also asking in an ILL forum, but I thought I would see if anyone had
encountered this situation before.

John Klima, MLIS
Access Librarian
Palmer College of Chiropractic
1000 Brady Street
Davenport, IA 52804
563-884-5465 office
563-884-5897 fax