Annual License - Academic
Copyright Clearance Center
Welcome
|
|
|
|
Live
    Help

Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions

The Annual Copyright License provides the comprehensive coverage colleges and universities need to share information. With the Annual Copyright License, faculty, researchers and other staff members can collaborate freely, while respecting the intellectual property of others.

AACL Video

Use content in:

  • Coursepacks and classroom handouts
  • Traditional library reserves, e-reserves and course management system postings
  • Internal email and photocopying
  • Research, collaboration and more

Read the License Overview to learn how the license can save you time in clearing copyright permission.

blue_line

Additional services to meet your institution's needs

 

Fulfill patron requests for full-text articles in minutes

Get It Now is a cost-effective, always-on service that gives library patrons instant access to valuable journal content from leading publishers — and it's easy to implement.

Get It Now complements the Annual Copyright License by expanding the permitted uses of content obtained through the service. Institutions that adopt the Annual Copyright License can reuse content obtained through Get It Now in coursepacks, e-reserves, course management system postings, institution emails, and more.

Are you in a university hospital setting?

The Annual Copyright License for University Hospitals is designed to meet the content sharing needs of hospital staff and medical students in clinical and classroom training and reduce the risk of copyright infringement.

Copy of blue_line

Learn more

Have questions about the Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions? Click Here, or call us at +1.978.750.8400. option 3.

Quick Links

 

CCC Licensees: Please visit the Online Resource Center for helpful tools to help you roll out and implement the Annual Copyright License.

Note: This site is password-protected.

 

Copyright on Campus

Watch Jane the Librarian as she educates her university colleagues about copyright law.

Copyright on Campus video