Cengage Learning is happy to allow use of its content distributed according to prescribed conditions, through a variety of platforms in print and electronic format. Please consult our conditions of use that follow.
Have a question about Cengage Learning policy and the permission process? Your answer may be found in the Rights and Permissions FAQs.
Do you wish to post Cengage Learning materials for class use to your university e-Reserves site? To find out how, please refer to Libraries and e-Reserves.
To request permission to photocopy, duplicate, republish or otherwise reuse Cengage Learning material, please fill out the online permission request form.
All photocopy and electronic permission requests for use by Canadian Post-Secondary Schools (excluding Quebec) should be forwarded to Access Copyright for processing. These request types include photocopying for coursepacks, handouts for classroom distribution, electronic coursepacks, and library reserve requests. When making such requests, please contact Access Copyright via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are seeking permission to re-use content in a course pack or another publication, or if you are seeking an alternative to a print textbook for use by a student or instructor with a disability, please click here to be directed to Cengage Learning EMEA’s Permission page.
If seeking permission to re-use content in a course pack or another publication, please click here to be directed to Cengage Australia’s Permission page. If seeking an alternative to a print textbook for use by a student or instructor with a disability, please click here to be directed to Cengage Australia’s Accessibility page. For other information regarding Cengage Australia, please visit their homepage, http://www.cengage.com.au/.
To request electronic files of Cengage Learning material for a student with a verified disability, or for other accessibility questions or requests, please refer to Accessible Products for Students with Disabilities.