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(15 July 2019 - 08 December 2019)

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[09 December 2019 - 12 January 2020]

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The Library is pleased to announce the addition of the following two new e-journal databases!
(1) EBSCOHost Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection  [View Tutorial Guide]
(2) Emerald Insight - Education, Engineering, Information & Knowledge Management  [View Tutorial Guide]
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SCHOOLS : Sign-in is required to view the reading materials
E-course reserves are supplementary reading materials such as articles, audio files, chapters, class notes, presentations, images and video files which are set aside by Course Co-ordinators for the exclusive use of their students. Access is via registered username and password.
Guidelines for Course Co-ordinator
1.Placing material on reserve
  • E-course reserves material, including the bibliographic citations, must be sent to the Library Reserve Unit to in PDF format and as e-mail attachment at least two (2) weeks before commencement of the new Semester.
  • A list is active for one Semester unless the Course Co-ordinator requests that it remain active for more than one Semester, up to one year.
  • The Course Co-ordinator is responsible for making fair use and for complying with copyright restrictions when photocopying, scanning, digitising and/or placing items on reserve.
  • An article that is available electronically in a database that the Library subscribed to, will not be placed on e-course reserves.
  • The Library will place a copyright notice on an intermediary screen for e-course reserve material.
2.Applying principle of fair use
Copyright protection in Malaysia is governed by the Malaysia Copyright Act of 1987. Under the Act, the copyright in a work is infringed when a person who is not the owner of the copyright, and without consent of the owner of the copyright, makes a reproduction of the whole work or a substantial part there of either in its original or derivative form for distribution to the public.
Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorised to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be used for any purpose other than for private study, scholarship or research. The e-course reserve service operated by Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Library works around this fair use or fair dealing principle.
Course Co-ordinators who wish to add supplementary reading materials in e-course reserve collection must consider the principle of fair use which allows for the use of copyrighted works.
Please note that there are four factors to be considered in determining whether the use constitutes a fair dealing:-
  • the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for non-profit educational purposes;
  • the nature of the copyright work;
  • the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyright work as a whole; and
  • the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyright work.
July-August 2019  
May-June 2019
March-April 2019
January-February 2019
Berita Harian                 Business Times
Guang Ming                    Kwong Wah Yit Poh
Malay Mail                      Nanyang Siang Pau
New Straits Times       The Star Online
The Sun Daily                Utusan Online