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Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences
Writing and Publishing for the Health Sciences: A Guide
A guide to assist with NIH requirements, how to locate style & citation information and citation managers, EndNote Web & RefWorks. Information on bibliometrics and how to find out how your publication is being cited.
This archived website, last updated in 2007, looks at copyright from the perspectives of all key academic stakeholders and suggests what each group can do to enhance their copyright practices and advance academic interests.
General Counsel provides legal advice and assistance to help the University achieve its mission as a leading institution of higher education. Please note that the Office of the General Counsel does not provide personal legal services
A point-and-click way for scholars to retain rights over their published material that otherwise transfer to the publisher. Intended for authors who publish in a traditional, subscription-based journal yet still wish to make a copy of their article available on the Internet for download without most copyright and financial restrictions.
Use this site to find a summary of permissions that are normally given as part of each publisher's copyright transfer agreement.
Re-using content for educational purposes
Many journals now build in rights permission requests at the article level. Examples: JAMA network, American Academy of Dermatology. Always gain permission from the author or rights owner before re-using content.
The U.S. Copyright Code provides for the educational use of copyrighted material without the permission of the copyright holder under certain conditions. To find out if your intended use meets the requirements set out in the law, use this free, online tool.