The Scholarly Communications committee provides Bucknell’s faculty scholars with customized information, education, and guidance as well as the technical resources and support services needed throughout all steps of the scholarly communications process.
Copyright is a form of intellectual property that is meant to protect original works in a fixed medium. We all use copyrighted works every day, and we all hold copyrights (every note you take, every meme you make).
Copyright law has changed over time, but the ways that we use and share information have changed faster. It is important to have some knowledge of copyright to try to ensure that your uses of works are in line with relevant ethical and legal frameworks.
This section includes information about copyright law that may be relevant to your teaching and scholarship.
Please keep in mind that this information is distributed for educational purposes only and is not legal advice. For individual questions, please reach out to email@example.com