Posted by: Aross
June 28, 2019 @ 9:15pm
After I submit a work to the U.S. Copyright Office, who can see it? I mean, can anyone see it before I show it to publishers?Replies: 1
Posted by: kevinr
June 18, 2019 @ 9:53am
I am fairly new to Resource Sharing and I have a question about keeping records of requests.
I asked my supervisor about this statement in our proposed policy:
The ILL unit will track patrons’ requests, keep a record of all... Read more...
Posted by: eddieaguila
June 6, 2019 @ 8:23am
Hypothetically speaking, could a classroom teacher post an entire work on an LMS system such as Canvas, Blackboard, or Moodle. For example, could an 11th grade ELA teacher post Fahrenheit 451 in its entireity in his Google Classroom or Canvas classroom... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: Carrie
May 29, 2019 @ 1:30pm
I was wondering if other libraries are still using faculty copies to put on reserve in the library, since this is from 2007.. I cannot find any reference forbidding this practice except at Wiley. For instance Pearson or McGraw Hill. Thanks in... Read more...
Posted by: mdatoc
April 26, 2019 @ 4:01pm
I do interlibrary loans. Sometimes I receive requests from other libraries for scans of chapters of books in our collection which have an "All Rights Reserved" notification on the copyright page. Here's an example:Replies: 1
"All rights reserved. No... Read more...
Posted by: campbella
April 5, 2019 @ 12:32pm
Hi friends,Replies: 1
Special librarian here working in global health/development. I'm wondering how much a copyright consultant might charge per hour. We are considering opening up our library services to sister organizations on a pay-per-use schedule but... Read more...
Posted by: campbella
April 5, 2019 @ 12:25pm
Hi friends. Special librarian here, working in global health/development. I'm wondering if anyone can give me an estimate for an hourly rate for a copyright specialist to consult for us on the ins and outs of providing library services outside of our... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: MarciaK
March 28, 2019 @ 9:13am
I am working with a group of instructors who teaching completely online. Recently an instructor told me she had a copy of an article, but did not remember where she aquired it. She wants to use it in class. We (the library) do not subscribe to the... Read more...Replies: 3
Posted by: arnnknight
March 3, 2019 @ 11:26am
I am a genealogist and a member of a surname group on Facebook. About 30 years ago a deinitive family history of our surname was published by a now-defunct publishing company. The book was copyrighted and contains that info on the verso of the title... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: victorl
February 27, 2019 @ 2:21pm
A professor at my college wishes to continue use powerpoint slides accompanying a previously-used textbook. Absent any stated restrictions from the publisher, do others feel this qualifies as a "fair use" of the material? The textbook and slides were... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: sarah.obenauf
February 19, 2019 @ 10:44am
I work a small academic institution and one of our students wants to show Game of Thrones episodes in the weeks immediately prior to the final season.
Other than possibly providing the room, the library will not be involved in any... Read more...
Posted by: Aross
February 9, 2019 @ 10:05am
The Copyright.gov application is easy to complete, except for the following: "Complete this screen to limit your claim if this work contains or is based on previously registered material, previously published material, material in the... Read more...
Posted by: kvrichards
February 4, 2019 @ 7:39am
A teacher wants to use both her classroom novel set that came with the textbook and the ebook version. Does she have to purchase a "classroom set" of the ebook too?Replies: 1
Posted by: jritchie
November 12, 2018 @ 1:07pm
I recently read a newsletter in which the author described how he cut down on clutter by scanning books, both in and out of copyright, to make a single digital copy of each for his personal use (in the U.S.). I have read many thoughtful opinions both... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: apizzollo
November 6, 2018 @ 7:04am
Hello all, Replies: 3
So- I have some publications that were published in the United States between 1978 - March 1, 1989 that I'm assigning rights statements to. Several have copyright notices with Students of InsertUniversityNameHere identified as the... Read more...
Posted by: kljensen
November 1, 2018 @ 5:12pm
We get this question often at my university, but it probably applies to schools as well. People want to make a copy of a photo, of either a person or a scene, from a yearbook. Sometimes it's for a funeral/memorial program, or it might be for a news story....Replies: 2
Posted by: jnova
September 12, 2018 @ 8:17am
I have a staff member who would like to use content from youtube during her storytime program. I seem to recall that we need to look for videos that have no copyright disclaimer or are licensed under a creative commons license for public performance. ... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: lesleycano
August 31, 2018 @ 7:07am
Classroom teachers have access (through their own logins) to the online materials on a textbook publisher's website. Can district curriculum staff use a teacher's login information, download materials from the publisher's website and post them to a... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: mtlv
August 29, 2018 @ 12:29am
i make short animation clips, and for one of my animations i am basing the script on a story someone posted on a reddit message board.Replies: 1
i didn't just copy the message, i wrote a whole story inspired by it, i want to record voice it and than animate... Read more...
Posted by: MattP
August 26, 2018 @ 7:59am
Good morning,Replies: 2
I have created a digital illustration for sale as a printed design. My illustration is made up of other smaller elements that I have bought a commercial liccense for. Can I now copyright my illustration?
Posted by: DrSiddons
August 8, 2018 @ 3:38pm
i would like to write about a Chinese Qigong book that is being translated. It was published in 1963; all the main authors have died.Replies: 1
some material I’ve read suggests that copyright laws in China did not apply to works from 1963. Other suggest I... Read more...
Posted by: kjdeuschle
August 2, 2018 @ 9:16am
Hi Everyone!Replies: 2
I don't even know where to begin to help one of my teachers. My first instinct is to tell her to run away from all things Disney, but perhaps you all have more knowledge than I do. Here is her question:
My project revolves... Read more...
Posted by: awills
July 9, 2018 @ 11:47am
Two different clubs at my institution have asked to show our movies at their club meetings. They don't charge a fee for attending and it's only for the club members and their faculty. Can they show movies they get from other libraries?Replies: 3
Posted by: stevedawards
June 26, 2018 @ 2:08pm
This is regarding a book that was published in India in 1927, but his author died in 1948. According to The Indian Copyright Act, 1957, books published within the lifetime of the author enter the public domain after sixty years counted from the beginning... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: spadekevin
June 13, 2018 @ 5:08am
In another post here, someone answered that in general, the rights to work produced in old magazines lasted the normal term of 70 years after the death of the "author." That was seen as making it difficult to determine if magazines... Read more...