This site offers information on copyright policy, copyright clearance services, and copyright training and tutorials for the Cornell community. It is designed to raise our awareness of the overarching issues, and to answer some of the questions that faculty, staff, and students frequently articulate. If you have questions about using copyrighted materials, whether in e-reserves, on course management sites, on other sites, or in face-to-face classroom settings, we hope you'll find the answers you're looking for here. If you don't find the answers you need, contact us!
- As most everyone knows by now, the decision in the appeal of the Georgia State reserves case is out. As far as Cornell is concerned, the new decision is entirely in line with Cornell practices, especially the Cornell Electronic Course Content Copyright Guidelines and Fair Use Checklist. Please see more from Peter Hirtle on this decision on DSPS Press: http://blogs.cornell.edu/dsps/2014/10/19/gsu-ereserves-and-cornell/
- 4.15 Copyright
Cornell expects all members of the university community to follow prescribed procedures to determine the ownership of copyrights and manage copyrights owned by the university.
- New guide to open access publishing
- When Is 1923 Going to Arrive and Other Complications of the U.S. Public Domain - Searcher September 2012
- Copyright Management of Course Materials - how to limit use on commercial sites
- Copyright Management for Authors - includes topical Video Tutorials
- Cornell University Library Publishes New Digitization Manual 'Copyright and Cultural Institutions' will assist cultural heritage institutions
Term and the Public Domain in the United States: Peter Hirtle, Cornell
Updated for 2013