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Getting Help from SU Libraries
Syracuse University Libraries are committed to the faculty, students, and staff. If you have any copyright questions about materials or resources that you are using for instructional or research purposes, please email the SU Libraries copyright team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Resources for Copyright Support
SU Libraries: Copyright for Online Instruction
This guide discusses the importance of copyright awareness, fair use, open educational resources, and where to find additional support.
SU Libraries: Music Copyright
This guide offers an introduction to music copyright, information about performance rights, music in the public domain, fair use, and other important topics related to using and reusing music.
SU Libraries: Copyright related to Film & Video
Copyright considerations, including whether SU Libraries can digitize films in our collections for online and streaming use.
SU Libraries: Open Access
This guide offers an introduction to open access resources, how to find them, and support for faculty and staff hoping to publishing open formats.
SU Libraries: Open Educational Resources
An introduction to open access and open educational resources (OERs) at Syracuse University and beyond.