Dartmouth Digital Library Program Collections: Guidelines for Use, Rights and Permissions

Permissions

  • Electronic Publication Agreementthis form is for authors or other Rights Holders who would like to share, post, or publish work(s) with the Dartmouth College Library.
  • Permission requests to publish digital content found in Dartmouth Library collections: Please contact Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian, jennifer.w.green@dartmouth.edu

Guidelines for Using Materials in the Dartmouth Digital Library Program Collections

Dartmouth College has provided access to these materials for educational and research purposes only. Dartmouth College does not authorize any use or reproduction whatsoever for commercial purposes. The materials are displayed "as is" and without warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including any warranties of title, non-infringement of copyright or other rights.

The Rights Policies for the Publication of and Access to Digital Works: Digitized Collections and Digital Publishing is available, along with other Dartmouth Digital Library Program: Policies.

Materials in Dartmouth Digital Library Program's Collections may be protected by copyright law.

Not all materials presented in the Dartmouth Digital Library Program are owned by Dartmouth College. On occasion we will digitize and present materials owned by private individuals or other institutions. Unless otherwise indicated, all permissions to publish from those materials must be directed to the individual or institution owning the physical materials. Materials that are protected by copyright law may be used only with permission from the copyright owner, or within the limits of fair use and other statutory exceptions. The Dartmouth Digital Library Program cannot give legal advice.

When practical, Dartmouth College imposes a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CC BY-NC) on materials in the Dartmouth Digital Library Program.

If an object is in the public domain, reuse of this edition of the object is permitted under a CC0 Public Domain: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/
This object is displayed "as is" and without warranties of any kind, either express or implied.

Take Down Policy and Procedures

Dartmouth College Library makes every effort to ensure that it has appropriate rights to provide access to content. Where possible, the Dartmouth College Library secures rights to use works that are in copyright. Parties who have questions or who wish to contest the use of specific works may contact:

Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing
6025 Baker Library
Hanover, NH 03755
jennifer.w.green@dartmouth.edu

With all such communications, please include:

1. The full name and current contact information of the requester. NOTE: If an agent is providing the notification regarding copyright infringement, also include a statement that the agent is authorized to act on behalf of the owner.
2. Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity or which has created the privacy concern. This is the material to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, and information reasonably sufficient to permit the Library to locate the material is required. Providing URLs in your communication is the best way to help us locate content quickly.
3. The reason for the request.

Dartmouth College Library will respond to all correspondence within 10 College business days. For copyright infringement concerns, if the Dartmouth College Library is not able to determine, within 10 College business days, that Dartmouth College Library is permitted to use the work(s) in question, the Library will cease providing access to the work until or unless it can determine that such uses are permitted.
For both copyright infringement and privacy concerns, the Library may work with Dartmouth College's Office of the General Counsel to make determinations about appropriate use. Depending on these determinations, the Library may remove the material(s) from its systems, restrict access to the material(s) in question, or continue to provide access to the material(s). Removing the work(s) in question may result in the Library ceasing to provide long-term preservation resources to the digitized content.

If you have questions about publishing or reproducing materials from the Dartmouth Digital Library Program, please contact:

Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing
6025 Baker Library
Hanover, NH 03755
jennifer.w.green@dartmouth.edu