The Fifth Principle in the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries is entitled "Reproducing material for use by disabled students, faculty, staff, and other appropriate users." It describes in some detail the circumstances in which making and providing copies of collection materials in formats that are accessible to persons with disabilities constitutes fair use, as well as certain limitations to which that general principle is subject.
- Success of Fair Use Codes of Best Practices
- Amici Curiae Brief in Support of Kirtsaeng
- Research Library Issues, no. 279 (June 2012)
- Georgia State University (GSU) Fair Use Decision Recap and Implications: Issue Brief
- Georgia State University (GSU) Fair Use Decision Recap and Implications: Memo to ARL Library Directors
- Membership Meeting 2012 (Spring): Phase Three: The Code of Best Practices Hits the Road
- Authors Guild v. Hathi Trust Amicus Brief