We have pulled together the following resources to help answer questions and concerns you might have about copyright and how to share materials appropriately online.
As you do your teaching and research remotely, it might be helpful to keep in mind:
The Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing program at Dartmouth Library is always here to help faculty, students, and staff to share their scholarship with the wider community and to use the work of others in their teaching and research.
For further help or consultation on your individual situation, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright is the legal system that regulates how creative work can be shared.
As you consider what materials to use in your courses, there are several resources that can help you to navigate how you can legally utilize the work of others in your teaching and how you can protect your teaching materials:
If you would like to make your own research more available for use by others, there are several tools that can help you to share your work and to help others understand how you would like your work to be used.
These tools can help you quickly and easily find scholarly articles for use in your courses and teaching. These materials are freely licensed or available through the Dartmouth libraries.