Copy Rights: Resources, Guides and Workshops
- Know Your Copy Rights-What You Can Do, very useful as a quick reference for faculty regarding their rights to use material for teaching purposes. This brochure is also useful for librarians advising faculty and students regarding their rights to use materials. Print copies are available from the Dartmouth Library.
- The Association of Research Library's (ARL) website Know Your Copy Rights: Using Copyrighted Works in Academic Settings contains ideas and materials for an outreach program on use of materials in teaching and learning.
- Copy Rights and Your Dissertation or Thesis provides helpful information to navigate the issues students may face as a creator and user of copyrighted material.
- Copyright Slider: Is it copyright protected? Use this handy tool to find out.
Workshops are offered routinely and by request, and we are happy to customize workshops and offer them at any campus or DHMC location.
- Your Rights to Your Published Work, presented during Open Access Week 2015 on October 20, 2015 by Barbara DeFelice
- Theses and Dissertations: Know Your Copy Rights and Author Rights DCAL April 7th, 2014
- Know Your Copy Rights: Asking the "Rights" Questions ,presentation and discussion with the Ethics Institute "Train the Trainer" program for graduate students, Feb. 2013
- Know Your Copy Rights: Mixed, Mashed & Blended Media, Powerpoint presented during a DCAL workshop on May 19th, 2009 by Barbara DeFelice and Anthony Helm
- Creative Commons Workshop Materials from a workshop given on March 21st, 2011 by Barbara DeFelice and Amanda Albright