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Copyright Notice for JCU Books of Readings
JCU books or readings or course packs containing copyright material reproduced in accordance with the provisions of Part VB of the Copyright Act can only be sold for the teaching purposes of James Cook University at the price required to recover the direct cost of making the copies - no profit can be made.
Material available within online or electronic databases may be subject to a licence agreement, therefore you should check the individual licence to ensure that the material can be included in a course pack. For library database licence conditions please contact your liaison librarian.
The following statement is to be included on the front or verso page of all printed books of readings produced for and used with JCU subjects/courses.
This compilation of student reading material has been made in accordance with the provisions of Part VB of the Copyright Act (Commonwealth of Australia) for the teaching purposes of James Cook University.
For use only by the students of James Cook University enrolled in the subject [insert subject name and code]
No other uses are authorised. it is not available for sale and/or distribution to the general public.
Table of Contents Guidelines
It is recommended that all books of readings include a contents page that includes full bibliographic details (Author, Year, Title of Journal Article, or Book Chapter, Page Numbers) for each article, book chapter, and/or other item being reproduced. Use the referencing style most appropriate for your course/discipline of study.
Example Table of Contents
North, D 1980, 'Energy use at home', in S Scott 1 & N Peel (eds.), Energy conservation, Academic Press, London, pps 1-10.
Lewis, D. 2000, 'Organisational culture - theory, fad or 10 managerial control?' Management and Organisational Behaviour, in Weisner and Millet (eds.), pps 121-134.
Jones, BE & Jones, SR 1987, 'Powerful questions', 23 Journal of Power Engineering, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 10-8.