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Copyright Resource Center




  • The University Store's Copyright Resource Center (CRC) now creates custom course packets through LAD Custom Publishing.

  • This custom publishing service offers advantages for both the instructors and students. Course packets are customized to your specifications. Students will have the exact material you want them to use.

  • The course packets may be as basic as a few pages of your own information or an anthology of many authors' work (including your own).

  • Can't meet the deadline? We will still work with you to have your course packet printed, although it may not be ready for the first day of class.

  • For additional information, please contact the University Store CRC at [email protected] or 410-704-BOOK.



  • By following the three steps below, you can have a professional and useful course packet available for your students to purchase from the University Store.

    STEP 1: Send in a course packet order/adoption to the University Store CRC using the...


    Faculty Course Packet Order Form


    STEP 2: Submit a listing of copyrighted items to [email protected]. To process permission requests, we need the following information:

    • Author
    • Title
    • Publisher
    • ISBN
    • URL Link
    • Copyright Year
    • Actual Page Numbers to be Used

    Please Note: Most of the information from the internet is copyrighted. DO NOT ASSUME THAT INFORMATION FRFOM THE INTERNET IS PUBLIC DOMAIN. Permissions are required to publish any STUDENT material or SELF-AUTHORED material that has been published. Please include any mention if the information can be freely copied. The site address should be clearly noted.

    STEP 3: Provide CLEAN/LEGIBLE course packets for duplication or electronic copy. Copies will only be as good as the original packet provided for duplication.

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