Have you ever had a question about copyright but was unsure where to find reliable information about it? Here is a list of great copyright resources that are sure to help.
- The U.S. Copyright Office provides access to the Copyright law itself and a catalog of works registered with the office since 1978, as well as, more general information including a copyright basics page and FAQ page.
- The University of Texas Libraries developed a Copyright Crash Course , which is an excellent resource for researchers. The course has information about who owns your work, how to manage your copyrights, negotiating with publishers, and more.
- Children’s Hospital Library Blog has a new feature called Copyright Corner. Check out their first two posts on general copyright protection and fair use.
- The Lamar Soutter Library at UMass Medical School has a guide to copyright issues including links to specific resources on open access journals, using images, obtaining permission, and much more.