Copyright and Fair Use laws can be difficult to navigate. Come and explore these concepts with us! We’ll be hosting seminars on the topic over the next few months.
In each class, we’ll review some typical scenarios that educators and researchers might encounter and talk about how you can determine if your use of the material falls under Fair Use. We’ll look at situations like:
- Sharing copies of articles for journal clubs or institutional review with non-affiliated participants
- Uploading vs. linking of journal articles in Canvas for classes
- Researchers reusing the Methods section from one to the next article
- Uploading book chapters into class management systems
- Any copyright or fair use situations you may have encountered in your work
We’ll work together to determine the differences between Copyright and Fair Use, recognize what constitutes Educational Use, learn to identify situations that may violate Copyright, and understand how to conduct a quick and easy Fair Use evaluation.
How do you make a good faith effort to consider copyright, fair use, and your liability? Come join us, and let’s make Copyright and Fair Use easy.
Seminar will be offered on the following days (click the link to register!):
Thurs, Feb 18th 12-1pm
Thurs, March 17th 12-1pm
Thurs, April 7th 12-1pm
Questions or comments? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!
Normally, altering pages of the library’s rare treasures is discouraged, but six images from books in the Health Sciences Library’s Rare Materials Collection are now available for coloring. Many printed illustrations, especially those published before 1800, were intended to be hand-colored, and we invite you to do that. The images have been uploaded to the library’s Facebook page.
These images were selected as part of the Color Our Collections event, February 1-5, 2016, led by the New York Academy of Medicine. Libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions from all over the world have made public domain images from their collections available on social media using the hashtag #ColorOurCollections.
You are invited to browse, download, and color any images you like, and if you are so inclined, please share your creation on social media with the hashtag..
Rare materials are available to individuals or groups by appointment on Wednesday mornings and Thursday afternoons, or at other times by arrangement. To schedule an appointment, contact Emily Epstein, emily.Epstein@ucdenver.edu or 303-724-2119.
[Emily Epstein, Cataloging Librarian]
As a student on the Anschutz Medical Campus, you’re going to be doing a lot of research. And while the library has access to thousands of journals and books, it certainly doesn’t have everything that you may require. But don’t let that limit you! The Interlibrary Loan Department can help you obtain the materials that you need!
If you’re a student of the AMC, the services provided by Interlibrary Loan (ILL) are at no direct cost to you! Simply sign up for an ILLiad account and begin placing requests immediately for articles, books, theses, and other research materials. While ILL isn’t a guarantee, we will do what we can to fill your requests.
If you have any questions about the ILL service provided to students or your eligibility, please do not hesitate to contact the ILL office at 303-724-2111 or at email@example.com.
[Brittany Heer, Interlibrary Loan Manager]
You are cordially invited to view the whole body of the artist’s work over the course of three months. Works will rotate on a monthly basis.
Feb. 6 – April 29, 2016 at the Health Sciences Library Gallery on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Opening Reception: February 11, 3-5 pm in the Gallery
We now have access to PsycTESTS!
PsycTESTS is a collection of downloadable psychological measures, scales, surveys, and other instruments. More information.
Find it on the database page.