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Important Dates: 

February 9: Student Financial Aid & Refunds End

March 27: Summer 2018 Textbook Inquiry Begins

May 3: Buyback 9am-7pm

May 4: Buyback 9am-3:30pm

May 7: Buyback 9am-7pm

May 8: Buyback 9am-7pm

May 9: Buyback 9am-7pm

May 10: Buyback 9am-7pm

May 11: Buyback 9am-3:30pm

May 18: Rental Textbooks Due


Warwick Store Hours

Spring 2018

Monday- Thursday 8:15am - 7pm

Friday 8:15am-3:30pm




The following links are provided to help answer any questions you may have about copyright laws and also to provide additional resources as needed:


Daniel Donovan, Professor of Legal Studies at CCRI, has compiled a comprehensive Copyrights and Intellectual Property Policy for CCRI that includes CCRI’s Copyright Policies, Copyright Issues for Faculty, Copyright Basics, and other helpful links. Professor Donovan’s work is posted on the CCRI website and is the best place to start for all you copyright questions and concerns.



The National Association of College Stores (NACS) has a helpful Copyright Resources page on their website that includes a Q&A section on copyright issues and a Fair Use Evaluator. NACS also has a letter in a PDF format that can be used when one is seeking copyright permissions.



Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) has an extensive website that can be used to learn more about copyright issues, receive permissions, or to verify copyright coverage of personal work. The website has a short video on the home page that highlights all that is offered.



XanEdu is a company that specializes in working with professors to receive copyright clearance from several different sources and package them together to create customized materials for classroom use.



All major publishers: including Cengage, Pearson and McGraw-Hill, have custom publishing reps that will help put together custom packs for classroom use. Contact the textbook manager at your campus for publisher rep information.


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