Do you have the legal and ethical right to make a copy? or does that right belong to another—the material’s creator?
These tools will help you to understand the legal and ethical issues around information and its use—and will respond to some common misconceptions on the matter to help you to be fair as you use information .
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Videos on Copyright & Fair Use
|Copyright Law and You|
Nyack College and ATS are committed to compliance with intellectual property laws but also support the rights of educators and students to utilize privileges granted with the Fair Use Guidelines for educational purposes.
The following departments or individuals may be contacted regarding copyright compliance:
General copyright questions: Bailey Library Reference Department (845 675-4580 x4435 or 4436)
Web content copyright infringement: Webmaster – DMCA Agent email@example.com
Employee infringement: Human Resources Office (845 675-4605 x4608)
Student infringement: Student Development Office (845 675-4793)
- Copyright Law*
- Copyright Basics – United States Copyright Office*
- Fair Use Checklist – Cornell University*
- Video & Copyright: Classroom Use
- Copyright for Music Librarians*
- Works in the Public Domain*
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998)* (“DMCA” prohibits circumvention of technological protection measures and provides limitations for online service provider’s copyright infringement liability)
- Photocopying Guidelines*
- Guide to the TEACH Act – University System of Georgia*