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Copyright resources

A resource for faculty, staff, and students about copyright and fair use.

To learn more...

  • U.S. Copyright Office
    "The Copyright Office is an office of record, a place where claims to copyright are registered and where documents relating to copyright may be recorded when the requirements of the copyright law are met. The Copyright Office furnishes information about the provisions of the copyright law and the procedures for making a registration or recordation."
  • U.S. Copyright Information circulars and forms
    "Link to the circulars and factsheets providing basic information about registration, fees, compulsory licenses, and other aspects of the copyright process."
  • Crash course in copyright
    An excellent resource if you want to learn more about copyright. Georgia Harper from the University of Texas Libraries is responsible for the course content which is updated on a regular basic and licensed under Creative Commons.
  • Copyright information
    University of Minnesota has put together an extensive website on copyright and fair use. The site includes information about copyright and your own works.
These links were gathered by the excellent librarians at the University of Nebraska Medical Center McGoogan Library of Medicine.

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