Have a question about copyright in research or teaching?
Ask the staff of the Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication at Duke University Libraries. They can help you with questions about copyrighted materials you would like to use in your research and teaching, as well as with questions related to selecting the best license to enable or to protect the use of your work by others.
The staff provide guidance to Duke faculty, researchers, and students on copyright and technology law and on innovative technologies that support academic publishing and other methods of scholarly communication.
Contact Copyright and Scholarly Communication staff for individual consultations or to arrange workshops and presentations on these topics.
Send your questions about copyright to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Engage with copyright issues:
Find about more about Copyright@Duke.
Some other resources that provide useful background on copyright issues:
- Copyright, Fair Use, and Public Domain Resources for members of the Duke community
- Copyright concerns for graduate researchers
- Copyright Basics web site from The Ohio State University Library
- The Scholarly Communications @ Duke blog is a resource on copyright issues in academia and beyond.