Doing some research? Brush up on your Copyright knowledge!

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On September 29, 2017

Public domain, fair use, academic exemption, DMCA, the TEACH act—there’s a lot to know about copyright law in the United States! As you begin putting your research together into a formal paper, it’s good to refresh yourself on this body of copyright law.

Roger Weaver,  the Scholarly Communications Librarian at Missouri S&T, has prepared a fantastic resource on copyright for all scholars here at S&T. This purpose of this guide is to provide our faculty, students, staff and others in our community an understanding of copyright law and it’s proper application in an academic environment. A better understanding and application of copyright law both avoids potential legal issues and makes us all better stewards of the intellectual property of others.

EdTech recommends starting with the Copyright 101 Tutorial, and then Testing Your Knowledge

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