Produced by the Office of the General Counsel, this FAQ provides in depth information on copyright issues.Updated September 2014
Produced by the Office of the Provost in 2012 and lay out the University's fair dealing policy.
This document lays out a brief set of steps to consider as you analyze a copyright issue.
This policy outlines the use of audiovisual material, including FAQS. Created in consultation with the Office of the Provost, the Office of the General Counsel, outside counsel, and the Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office.
Find answers to commonly asked copyright questions using the University of Toronto Libraries' informative FAQs.
This is a list of copy shops with a current Access License. It is important to note that the University continues to work closely with the University of Toronto Bookstore to provide course materials to students.
To produce a course pack, faculty can contact their usual textbook coordinator at the Bookstore who can explain the process. You may also contact CSPI directly at 416-929-2774 or email email@example.com. You are encouraged to contact them for your coursepack needs.
Find resources to help with managing copyright and permissions issues during your Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) submission process.
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