CUA Intellectual Property Policies
|Copyright Policy and CUA Copyright Guidelines|
For faculty in their capacity as users of intellectual property created by others
CUA Copyright Guidelines spell out how to comply with the CUA's Copyright Policy.
Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the US (current-thank you to Peter Hirtle)
Guidance for Use of Video for Class Instruction contains guidance on both use of videos in class and online, and includes a new resource licensed by the Library.
Know your Copyrights: Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Web Page on using copyrighted works in the academic setting. This is a great resource that features questions and answers, a brochure for faculty and teaching assistants, and a section on planning campus outreach.
For faculty in their capacity as creators of intellectual property
Copyright Issues in Online Presentations during COVID-19
Keep Your Copyrights: A Resource for Creators
KeepYourCopyrights.org was developed by the Kernochan Center for Law, Media, and the Arts and the Program on Law & Technology at Columbia Law School.
Scholars Copyright Addendum Engine: Allows user to generate a PDF form that can be attached to a journal publisher's copyright agreement. This form allows faculty to retain certain intellectual property rights.
SPARC Author Resources: This page is offered by the Scholary Publishing and Academic Resources Coaltion.
Other Resources, including copyright tutorials
Copyright Brigham Young University
This comprehensive web page includes movies, modules, case studies and more. The topics are basic copyright, fair use, and scenarios that arise on campus.