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Digital Copyright  

Ethical use of material in teaching
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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All You Ever Wanted to Know about Digital Copyright

Copyright for digitized material is:

a)  a bramble-laden thicket waiting to scratch the ankles of academics who venture there.

b)  a scary legal area to be avoided at all costs.

c)  the devil.

d)  an amalgam of law and guidelines that, with a little familiarity and good ATS/Sherrod Library support, is easy to follow.


The correct answer is d) -- and you've already solved most of your problem by being aware that copyright may be an issue with the material you use at the University.

Just use the tabs above to navigate to the area that interests you (or makes you anxious).  If you still have questions, please feel free to contact Kelly Hensley at the email/phone number to the right. 

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