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Copyright Guide

Please be aware that many of the resources you find online are copyright protected. Although the internet is a different medium than printed text, ownership and intellectual property rights still exist. Check the documents you are viewing for appropriate statements indicating ownership and what the person holding those rights is asserting. Remember, it is your responsibility to respect these rights!

The Copyright Law of the United States (contained in Title 17 of the United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Users are liable for any infringement. The University of Arizona adheres to this statute, relying on educational exemptions provided to libraries and the fair use provisions of the Copyright Law, and obtains the permission of the copyright holder when required.


Dan Lee, Director, Office of Copyright Management & Scholarly Communication, (520) 621-6433, leed@u.library.arizona.edu

Campus Policies & Resources

Intellectual Property Policy from the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR)

The University of Arizona Intellectual Property Policy
This policy is intended to supplement the ABOR policy.

University of Arizona Office of the General Counsel Intellectual Property Information Includes information on fair use and P2P.

University of Arizona Office of Technology Transfer Intellectual Property site

Copyright and Digital Course Content

About Copyright from OSCR

The Office of Student Computing Resources offers copyright resources for students including information about copyright and peer-to-peer (P2P) computing.

UA Basics
Provides the University community tools and information needed to obtain logos, understand branding guidelines, trademarks, product licensing, technology transfer, copyright laws and more.

Last modified: December 15, 2015