Answered By: Chris Pollette
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2015     Views: 13

The Emory Libraries Intellectual Property Rights Office serves the faculty, students and staff of Emory by assisting with copyright and scholarly communication issues, and promoting Open Access. The IP Rights Office offers a variety of services, including assistance with author agreements and book contracts, copyright questions, and permissions.

  • Author Agreements & Book Contracts: Assistance with author agreements, including ensuring compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy for peer-reviewed articles resulting from NIH grant funded research.
  • Copyright Issues: Assistance with questions on a variety of copyright issues, including fair use, classroom guidelines, and how to obtain permissions.
  • Permissions: Assistance seeking copyright permissions for scholarly publications, including identifying copyrights holders, as well as obtaining copyright permissions, and the payment of any associated fees, for electronic reserve materials placed on ReservesDirect.
  • Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs). Assistance with copyright issues specifically pertaining to theses and dissertations, including permissions and using previously copyrighted materials in your thesis or dissertation.

In addition, regular workshops on copyrig/services/course-reserves/reserves-copyrightht for educational use and author’s rights are offered. Also, we will provide workshops tailored with a particular focus or topic upon request.

For more information or to arrange a consultation, please use our webform, or contact Lisa Macklin (404-727-1535).

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