Copyrighted Materials

UNT faculty, staff, and students are responsible for securing permission to use copyrighted materials or for ensuring the use of such materials without permission falls within the fair use provisions of copyright law. The copyright information listed below is more geared towards materials used in Blackboard Vista. For information on the use of Copyright materials outside of Blackboard Vista, you may want to check the information located at the UNT Copyright Resource Center by going to http://copyright.unt.edu/. When in doubt as to whether or not a use constitutes fair use, it is advisable to consult the University Of North Texas System Office Of General Counsel:

Physical Address
Office General Counsel
801 North Texas Blvd
Gateway Center Room 318
Denton, Texas 76201

Tel: (940) 565-2717
Fax: (940) 369-7026

 

Instructors who make available copyrighted materials in Blackboard Vista course Web site are advised to place a copyright notice in the course to notify students of its status. One of the following copyright notice samples may be used:

Sample 1:

Copyright Notice

Some or all of the materials on this course Web site may be protected by copyright. Federal copyright law prohibits the reproduction, distribution, public performance, or public display of copyrighted materials without the express and written permission of the copyright owner, unless fair use or another exemption under copyright law applies.

Sample 2:

Copyright Notice

Some or all of the materials on this course Web site may be protected by copyright. Federal copyright law prohibits the reproduction, distribution, public performance, or public display of copyrighted materials without the express and written permission of the copyright owner, unless fair use or another exemption under copyright law applies.

The materials on this site are provided solely for the use of students enrolled in this course, and for purposes associated with this course; except for material that is unambiguously and unarguably in the public domain, these materials may not be retained or further disseminated.

Any students, faculty, or staff who use University equipment or services to access, copy, display, perform, or distribute copyrighted works (except as permitted under copyright law or specific license) will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action by the University as well as to those civil and criminal penalties provided by federal law.

 


Copyright Resources

    1. General Resources

 

    1. TEACH ACT Scenarios

 

    1. TEACH ACT FAQ's

 

    1. Teach ACT Checklist

 

    1. Fair Use Checklist

 

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