Whether you’re a manager, nurse, doctor, social worker, librarian, dietician, communications officer, instructor or volunteer, there are various ways you use copyright-protected content.
Did you know you need permission for all these types of use on paper or in digital format – and other uses as well – because they’re for professional purposes?
Get permission to use the articles or book excerpts you want, exactly when you need them. If you reproduce or share excerpts from copyright-protected content on a one-time basis, this is the solution for you. The cost is calculated according to the type of use and is billed immediately.
Copibec offers an annual reproduction rights licence to organizations in the healthcare sector.
This comprehensive licence covers most of the ways content is used by employees, directors, medical personnel and volunteers and gives you the convenience of not having to get permission each time.
A licence makes it easier for you to manage copyright and lets you avoid the administrative costs and delays involved in getting permission for every article or excerpt you want to use during the year.
The Copibec repertoire (or catalogue) includes content (books, newspapers, legislative texts and other publications) and categories of works published in Quebec, the rest of Canada and in about 30 other countries (United States, United Kingdom, France, etc.) as long as they’re not specifically mentioned in the Exclusions List.
Authorized for internal use or information
Copying must be done by or for the institution’s employees, doctors, directors or volunteers. Distributing copies to external users or clients (e.g. patient’s parents, mothers-to-be) for information purposes is also allowed.
- Up to 10% of a document
- Entire article
- Entire report of a legal case
- Entire lyrics to a song
- Chapter that is not more than 20% of the pages in a book
If you want to exceed the reproduction limits, you need to get permission.
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