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  • Copyright Advisory Office Home | Columbia University Libraries
    are a student at the University Under the Student tab you will find information about managing existing copyright protected materials during the course of your research and study and how to manage your own rights as you begin publishing your work Permission to use the content on this site Except where stated otherwise the content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4 0 License When making use of the content on these pages under the terms of the CC license please include this form of attribution Used under a CC BY NC license from the Copyright Advisory Office of Columbia University If your needs are outside the scope of this license please consider fair use or ask us for permission Creative Commons License Requests for Permission From Columbia University Libraries The Copyright Advisory Office does not field individual requests for permission or reproductions of Columbia University Libraries materials Please reference Columbia University Libraries Digitization and Copying Services for further information and to send your request In the News Columbia Libraries on Twitter News and Events At Columbia University Libraries US Copyright Office Newsnet Scholarly Communications Program at Columbia University news about the copyright advisory office Office Hours Office Hours are held every Tuesday from 10am to noon To coincide with the University holiday Office Hours are cancelled on Tuesday November 3rd If you have a specific issue that requires assistance that cannot wait please call or email for an appointment outside Office Hours Columbia s Copyright Guidelines for MOOC Production The Office of the General Counsel and the Copyright Advisory Office have developed faculty guidelines that address copyright issues relating to MOOC production Read More DMCA Rule Making and Exceptions for Audio Visual Works The Library of Congress has issued final rules pursuant to

    Original URL path: https://copyright.columbia.edu/ (2015-12-02)
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  • About the Copyright Advisory Office | Columbia University Libraries
    Columbia University s Copyright Advisory Office has acted as an anchor by providing awareness and education about copyright to the greater scholarly community Rina Elster Pantalony was appointed in the fall of 2014 as the Director of the Copyright Advisory Office bringing significant experience in rights management to this Office The mandate of the Copyright Advisory Office is to assist faculty and students in idenfying and managing their copyrights and to assist the University in managing and understanding copyright issues strategically A summary of a three year Strategic Plan and her biography can be reviewed at the following links Rina Elster Pantalony Biography Strategic Plan History From 2008 until January of 2014 Dr Kenneth Crews was the Director of the Copyright Advisory Office Dr Crews developed many self help tools designed to assist in understanding complex copyright issues in particular fair use In addition he wrote and managed a popular blog about copyright fair use and other issues seminal to higher education and scholarly communications As a means of providing ongoing access to Dr Crews blog posts and to the website he managed for the Copyright Advisory Office from 2008 to 2014 here is a link to Dr Crews version

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  • Copyright Basics | Columbia University Libraries
    platforms upon which we create anew In addition copyright law also provides mechanisms that allow us to use existing expressions of ideas to voice opinion criticism and dissent A New Era in Scholarly Communications Academic Scholarship is based upon the capacity to create and distribute ideas Most often these ideas have been captured and recorded whether as literary works in traditional formats or with the advent of technologies in multiple electronic formats and even as re contextualized popular content that is examined from a scholarly perspective How do faculty and students keep abreast of the application of copyright law to these new ways of communicating scholarly content Responding to University Needs This website is designed with the needs of Columbia University faculty and students in mind Copyright Basics captures both the Copyright Quick Guide and the Fair Use Checklist developed by Dr Kenneth D Crews formerly of Columbia University The Permissions section examines how best to request permission in the event that the intended use falls outside fair use Special Cases examines issues such as orphan works and working with foreign works The following units have been developed as a review of Copyright Basics Copyright Quick Guide Fair Use Checklist

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  • For Faculty | Columbia University Libraries
    issues have become complex Information for faculty is divided into the following Protecting Scholarly Legacy Sharing Scholarly Work and Enabling and Developing Teaching Tools A section on MOOC Production has been added to the section that addresses Enabling and Developing Teaching Tools Enabling and Developing Teaching Tools Protecting Scholarly Legacy Sharing Scholarly Work Reproduction and Distribution of Your Work The purpose of this unit of the website is to provide faculty with guidance for the reproduction and distribution of their work and the work of others in addition to the general copyright information found under the Copyright Basics tab of this site Fair Use applies to circumstances where you undertake scholarly work in the course of your research Refer to the section on Fair Use and the Fair Use Checklist and Introduction under the Copyright Basics tab for detailed information about its application Columbia University s Copyright Policy applies to faculty and researchers Please consult the Policy to understand when you own your copyright and when the University might own certain rights too In addition refer to the unit Protecting Your Scholarly Legacy for a full discussion Sidebar Copyright Advisory Office Contact 507D Butler Library 535 West 114th Street New

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  • For Students | Columbia University Libraries
    are a student at the University The following two units have been developed to address specific copyright concerns for students Publishing by Students Scholarly Work Dissertations by Students Guidance for Reproduction and Distribution of Scholarly Work The purpose of this unit of the website is to provide students with guidance for the reproduction and distribution of their work and the work of others in addition to the general copyright information found under the Copyright Basics tab of this site It focuses on two issues dissertation preparation and completion and dissertation and journal article publication Here are some points to consider as a preamble to this discussion If you as a student are engaged in teaching in addition to your own scholarship you should refer to the information found under the Faculty tab of this site Many of the issues concerning the use of material in the course of teaching and learning will also apply to you Fair Use applies to circumstances where you undertake scholarly work in the course of completing your studies Refer to the Fair Use section of and the Fair Use Checklist and Introduction under the Copyright Basics tab for detailed information about its application This website

    Original URL path: https://copyright.columbia.edu/students.html (2015-12-02)
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  • Rina Elster Pantalony Biography | Columbia University Libraries
    law with the Department of Justice Canada as principal intellectual property counsel to the Library and Archives of Canada Prior experience also includes an appointment as director of licensing for a joint Internet venture between The Tate London and the Museum of Modern Art New York and legal counsel to the Virtual Museum of Canada an online exhibition partnership between the Canadian Heritage Information Network CHIN and Canada s museums From 2004 to 2014 she was faculty in the Moving Image Archive Preservation Program at the Tisch School of the Arts New York University where she taught courses in copyright law and policy Ms Elster Pantalony chairs the Legal Affairs Committee of the International Council of Museums and in 2013 the World Intellectual Property Organization published her most recent work entitled Managing Intellectual Property for Museums This publication is a second edition with the first having been published in 2007 In 2009 the World Intellectual Property Organization held an international conference about Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage in the Digital World in Madrid Spain that was based upon the first edition of her publication Ms Elster Pantalony was appointed Director of the Copyright Advisory Office Columbia University in the fall

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  • Strategic Plan | Columbia University Libraries
    research endeavors Mission and Mandate In order to carry out its role effectively the Copyright Advisory Office requires a clear mission and mandate The mission of the Copyright Advisory Office as articulated in its Strategic Plan is to create awareness understanding and respect for copyright and copyright management practices while advocating for a robust environment that promotes preservation access and scholarly communications The Mandate for the Copyright Advisory Office is two fold focused first on copyright education for faculty and students at Columbia University and second on advocacy both nationally and internationally about copyright issues affecting scholarly communications Objectives Four Objectives have been articulated as a means of carrying out the mission and mandate of the Copyright Advisory Office Initiatives have been identified and will continue to evolve as copyright issues and the technological means to deliver education and scholarly communications evolve as well The Four Objectives however will throughout the following three years remain constant The are to Create copyright awareness for Columbia University faculty and students Provide Columbia University professional staff with copyright support Provide Columbia University leadership with strategic copyright support Maintain the Columbia University Copyright Advisory Office as a leading presence on national and international issues

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  • Copyright Quick Guide | Columbia University Libraries
    the person who does the creative work If you wrote the book or took the photograph you are the copyright owner Exceptions to the rule creating a work on someone s behalf If you created the work as an employee acting within the scope of your employment then the copyright owner is your employer In addition if you are a freelancer and where your contract specifies that you have created a work as a work made for hire then the first owner of the copyright is the person that contracted you to create it Copyright can be transferred Copyright owners can give or sell their rights to others Even in cases of employment or where a copyright protected work was created as a work made for hire copyright can be assigned or transferred back to the author In addition rights can be transferred temporarily by contract These contracts are often called licensing agreements A recipient of right by way of licensing agreement only has the ability to exercise those rights that are specified directly in the agreement At the end of the life of the licensing agreement those rights revert back to the copyright owner Copyright and publishing Agreements In an academic setting we are frequently asked to transfer copyright in our books and articles to publishers It is not a requirement of publication that rights be assigned or transferred permanently to a publisher The right to publish can be licensed to the publisher temporarily or on a non exclusive basis The ability to transfer or retain our copyrights is an opportunity to be good stewards of our intellectual works and maintain our intellectual legacy Copyright Expires The basic term of protection for works created today is for the life of the author plus seventy years In the case of works made for hire copyright lasts for the lesser of either 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation of the work The duration rules for works created before 1978 are altogether different and foreign works often receive distinctive treatment Not only is the duration of copyright long but the rules are fantastically complicated Below you will find links to a number of resources to assist in guiding you through a copyright duration question Copyright owners may allow public non exclusive uses A copyright owner may grant rights to the public to use a protected work That grant could be a simple statement on the work explaining the allowed uses or it may be a selection of a Creative Commons license Similarly the movement to make works open access or open source is a choice by the owner of rights to make works available to the public The public domain Some works lack copyright protection and they are freely available for use without the limits and conditions of copyright law Copyright eventually expires too When a work lacks copyright protection or where copyright has expires it is said that the work enter the public domain Works produced by the

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