FAQs

Click on the questions under each category for brief answers:

1. What are the educational exceptions to copyright?

2. How can I use other people’s copyrighted materials in teaching & research?

3. How can I deal with DRM protected materials?

4. How do I manage the copyright in my own work?

5. What should I know about how copyright and plagiarism relate?

6. What do institutional repositories and open access have to do with me?

 

5 Responses to FAQs

  1. Judy D. Schmidt, Reserve Coordinator says:

    Our college is in the process of eliminating all VHS players on campus. From the research I have done it appears that we would be permitted to convert all our VHS tapes to DVD only if VHS players are totally obsolete. Is this correct, or can we convert to DVD since we are upgrading out equipment?

    Thank you for your help.

  2. [...] current issues are discussed. Other resources from the Scholarly Communications Office include an FAQ page as well as the University Policy on Copyright and Electronic Course [...]

  3. Nate Marino says:

    What are the rules regarding the use of recorded music in video production? I have used “snippets” (15 seconds or less) of songs in my videos which are used for non-commercial purposes. Is that a violation of copyright law even if I credit the artist(s)?

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