Welcome to Copyright at Carleton. As a user of copyrighted material, you are responsible for determining what the copyright is for a given work and acting in a manner consistent with both Carleton policy and the Copyright Act. The resources on this website will help you to better understand what copyright is and how to both respect copyright and make the most of your access rights to copyrighted material. The library also has experts ready and waiting to help you with any copyright questions you may have. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The copyright situation at Carleton has changed in two important ways. First, Canada has a new version of the Copyright Act, with important implications for all educators. Second, Carleton has opted out of Access Copyright.
Now that it has opted out of Access Copyright, Carleton is responsible for its own compliance with copyright laws, rules and regulations. Policies and procedures have been put into place to ensure that copyright regulations are respected, required permissions are obtained and necessary costs are covered. Carleton has also updated its Fair Dealing Policy.
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