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Open Access Publishing and Public Repositories

Information on open access publishing, depositing health sciences publications in public repositories, copyright considerations, and funding agency requirements.

Copyright Introduction

Copyright Information for Authors

Copyright Tips for NIH-Funded Authors

Authors should work with the publisher before any rights are transferred to ensure that all conditions of the NIH Public Access Policy can be met.

Please see the Copyright section of the UW NIH Public Access Policy Help Guide for information.

Owning and Using Scholarship: An IP Handbook for Teachers and Researchers

Owning and Using Scholarship: An IP Handbook for Teachers and Researchers

2014 e-book in PDF format

Table of Contents
  1. Technology and the Growing Problem of Intellectual Property in Academia
  2. What Is Intellectual Property Law and Who Owns Scholarly Work?
  3. Using Copyrighted Works in Scholarship
  4. Copyright Management and the Dissemination of Scholarship
  5. Beyond Copyright: Licensing and Technological Protection Measures
  6. Intellectual Property in a World without Borders
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