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Scholarly Communication Services and Information for:
- Students - Using copyrighted content in your papers, or curious about the distinction between copyright and plagiarism? Questions about Internet access, copyright policies, and downloading music or video?Writing a thesis, dissertation, or hoping to publish something?
- Teachers - Using copyrighted content in the classroom, or in course assignments?
- Authors (faculty, students, staff) - Help with understanding and negotiating author agreements; using your fair use rights when writing or referring to other's content; assessing the best ways to share your publications; protecting your own work before and after publication.
- Researchers (faculty, students) - Open access mandates, data access policy requirements; using copyrighted content in your research; and more.
- Librarians - Concerned about the e-reserves or videostreaming? Curious about the latest news in important copyright cases? Want to know what the Office of Scholarly Communication is doing to help shape copyright policy regarding mass digitization projects and orphan works, or locally?
Last Edited: 10 March 2013