Re: Permission to post to a website?

From: Cem Kaner <kaner[_at_]kaner.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 1996 12:49:56 -0700

On 9/17/96, Jim Lawrence wrote:
>
> I am about to embark on a project at Cornell where I want to get
> permission to post journal articles and chapters from books on a
> website that will be used to teach students in the Engineering School
> at Cornell University.
>
> 1. Who should I talk to at the publishing house?
> 2. What they might charge for doing this?
> 3. What are my chances at getting permission easily?
> 4. What about if the students in that class had to enter a password to
> get the material? Would this be any cheaper/easier?
>
> Jim Lawrence
> Electronic Custom Publishing Manager
> Cornell Campus Store
> Ithaca, NY 14853-2001
> 607-255-2932 (phone) 607-254-4577 (fax)
> JSL10[_at_]cornell.edu
> http://www.cbs.cornell.edu/camstore/cpub/cpubs.html
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Remember that sometimes, the author retains copyright and permission-granting rights. Authority from the book publisher might be worthless.

Cem Kaner, J.D., Ph.D.				       Attorney at Law 
P.O. Box 1200           Santa Clara, CA 95052             408-244-7000
Author (with Falk & Nguyen) of TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE (2nd Ed, VNR)

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