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Copyright and Using Video
by Jeff Pearson, Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated May 16, 2014
Mostly about the copyright implications of using video within education and a video content management system, this guide provides a basic introduction to the copyright considerations of using, creating, and showing videos in an academic setting
Tags: copyright, fair_use, film, videos_and_moving_image_media
Copyright Basics
by Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated May 6, 2015
The following guide provides answers to common copyright questions.
Tags: copyright, data, data-sharing, digital, fair_use, film, film_music, general_information_sources, images, media, permissions, teach_act, writing
Creative Commons
by Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated May 16, 2014
Looking for images, video, music, and other content you can share, reuse, or remix? Creative Commons provides an easy way to find and attribute materials without running afoul of copyright law.
Tags: arts, copyright, movies, multimedia, music, open access, publishing, video
Espresso Book Machine
by Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated Mar 4, 2015
How to use the UM Library's Espresso Book Machine to create professionally printed books using your own content or public domain materials.
Tags: arts_of_the_book, ebm, english, english_language_and_literature, english_literature, humanities
Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing
by Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Tips on how to get your work published in a variety of formats.
Tags: copyright, open access, publishing, research, scholarly communication, writing
Obtaining Copyright Permissions
by Michigan Publishing Staff - Last Updated Feb 10, 2015
This guide explains how to obtain copyright permission particularly when using music, movies, and images.
Tags: copyright, fair_use, images, open access, permissions, publishing, scholarly communication, writing


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