BC Copyright Policy
Read BC's Copyright Guidelines
BC's "Request for Copyright Clearance" Form
BC's form to apply for copyright clearance. If you have questions about copyright clearance, please contact Myra Van Vactor, LMC Dean at 425-564-3056 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright Law – full text
Text of United States Code Title 17
The American Library Association website contains a great deal of materials discussing current issues with copyright and intellectual freedom.
Visit the ALA "Issues" page to learn more
Copyright & Fair Use
Stanford University's fair use site. Good links on current copyright legislation and multimedia issues.
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.
Electronic Course Content Service (ECCS) provides a convenient method for obtaining permission to use copyrighted material in a digitized format for academic use. Rights holders can register their copyright material free.
The Copyright Website
One can copyright online assets online through the copyright wizard. Multimedia issues and infringements are illustrated and discussed.
Crash Course in Copyright
University of Texas provides a 'Crash Course' in copyright.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
Text of DMCA, signed into law October 28, 1998 as Public Law 105-304
United States Copyright Office
UW Copyright Connection
This site from the University of Washington answers questions that you may have about using items created by others, whether others can use items you've created and general information on copyright and how to interpret the law.
World Intellectual Property Organization
Deals with copyright and related rights and industrial property (patents, trademarks, geographical indications, etc.) from an international perspective.
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