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Copyright, plagiarism, intellectual property, open access
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How do I obtain permission for copyrighted materials

  • One should first determine who is the copyright owner of the quotation, image, video, audio recording, or other copyrighted material

  • Then, one needs to contact the copyright owner (for instance the owner of the website where one found the material) whether they are the copyright owner or where they obtained permission to use the material.

  • In the case of a publisher, one should contact the publisher to determine how to obtain permission

  • Always specify in correspondence how you intend to use the material
  • Always document and save the results of your search (e-mails, responses, etc.)
      

    Tools for Open Science & Open Access

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    Have a copyright question? Ask us!

    • For thornier, legal questions: Laura Quilter, Copyright and Information Policy Librarian University of Massachusetts, Amherst
        

      Open Access Directory

      The Open Access Directory (OAD) is a compendium of simple factual lists about open access (OA) to science and scholarship, maintained by the OA community at large. By bringing many OA-related lists together in one place, OAD makes it easier for everyone to discover them, use them for reference, and update them. The easier they are to maintain and discover, the more effectively they can spread useful, accurate information about OA.

      Directory of Open Access Journals

      Free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and many languages.

      Open Humanities Press

      Free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and many languages.

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