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- United States Copyright Office
- Copyright Registration
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCI) - U.S. law that criminalizes the circumvention of digital rights management and the production and dissemination of technology, devices, or services that are used to circumvent digital rights management, and heightens penalties for copyright infringement on the Internet. For more information on the exemptions to the DMCA issued by the Librarian of Congress on July 26, 2010, click here.
- Copyright Clearance Center - a nonprofit organization that provides licensing services and expertise to organizations around the world. CCC simplifies the licensing of rights and supports content creators as a rights "broker." It enables academic institutions and businesses to get permission to photocopy, post, print, and republish articles and other published works; it enables publishers and authors to approve licenses to their works and track and receive royalty payments; and it provides educational resources about copyright to the public. See http://www.copyright.com
- Open Source Initiative - Organization that promotes open-source computer software. Source code is made available under a license permitting users to use, change, distribute and improve the software.
- Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) - an international alliance of over 800 academic and research libraries seeking to expand the open dissemination of scholarly research.
- Drafting and Negotiating Agreements with Academic Consultants
- Hiring a Consultant: Are You On The Same Page?