Answered By: Siu Chen Lim Last Updated: Jul 29, 2016 Views: 67
NUS Libraries does not permit placing more than a "reasonable portion" of a work on e-Reserves.
The author of a work might not own the copyright which subsists within a work because:-
- the author might have assigned the copyright in the work to the publisher when he published the book and would not be able to give permission;
- under copyright law, the publisher and not the author has the exclusive right to make a reproduction of a published edition.
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