When you use copyrighted material, you are responsible for:
- determining what the copyright is for the work, and
- acting in a manner consistent with both Carleton policy and the Copyright Act.
The resources here will help you respect copyright and make the most of your access rights to copyrighted material.
The library has experts to help with copyright questions. E-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright at Carleton
Carleton opted out of Access Copyright in 2011. The university is responsible for complying with copyright laws, rules and regulations. University and Library policies and procedures ensure that copyright regulations are respected, required permissions are obtained and necessary costs are covered.
Carleton updated its Fair Dealing Policy in 2012 to reflect the 2012 revision to Canada's Copyright Act.
For more detailed information: