Copyright For Libraries
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An overview of the exemptions to copyright protection for Libraries and Archives in Title 17, Section 108
A brief glossary of key terms and ideas for understanding intellectual property rights.
Learn how to talk with faculty about their scholarly publications and copyright ownership.
Get more for your money! Learn how to read, interpret, and negotiate licensing agreements for your electronic content.
From Dublin Core to METS: An overview of rights metadata and language for popular library metadata schemas.
A curated collection of great resources to help any librarian learn the ins and outs of copyright.
The Intellectual Property Rights Office provides information about copyright and scholarly communications. However, the office does not provide legal advice. For legal advice, please consult the Office of General Counsel.
For questions about patents and the commercialization of intellectual property, please consult the Office of Technology Transfer.
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