Welcome to the Copyright and Using Video guide from the University of Michigan Library Copyright Office. This guide supplements our Copyright Basics guide with information specific to the use of video. It covers the following subjects:
For assistance locating a copy of a particular video at the University of Michigan, please contact the Askwith Media Library. The Language Resource Center also has a library of materials for foreign language study, including videos.
Last revised May 23, 2017.
Our office provides information to help you make decisions about sharing and using copyrighted material in your research, learning, and teaching. In addition to copyright guides like this one and online resources on our website, please take advantage of our person-to-person services.
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Although we provide information and education about copyright, we are not able to provide legal advice.
Some copyright-related issues are handled elsewhere at the university:
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