Permission is NOT required if:
Statute (law) is one thing, but case law negotiates the real-life application of statutes, and case law is shifting quickly. Publishers are challenging the fair use doctrine by adopting licensing for anything besides personal information, including uses in education. Permission from the rights holder should be sought for any item uploaded in Canvas. A good guide to the permissions process may be found in the current Chicago Manual of Style, available at the Paul Meek Library reference desk.
When making a permission request:
If you cannot meet the photocopying guidelines, then you must get permission to copy and distribute the work. Requests should be sent on letterhead, together with a self-addressed return envelope, to the Permissions department of the publisher or proprietor in question. Include in the request: