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Copying and Copyrights

Section: General Index: A-5


The reproduction of published works or printed matter in violation of copyright laws, or beyond what is historically and legally considered as "fair use," is strictly forbidden; such violation could place both user and institution in legal jeopardy. The "fair use" principle means the extent that copyrighted material may be copied without permission of the copyright owner and encompasses four conditions or tests:


Following are examples of what does, or does not, constitute "fair use":


  1. VC/UHV Library Copyright Tutorial

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Signature Obtained                        08/17/16
Raymond V. Morgan, Jr., Ph.D.        Date