|Brian Cockburn's principal role is to teach and advise faculty, administrators and students about copyright, and intellectual property.|
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Protecting Your Work
Policies that effect ownership of your work at JMU include:
JMU Policy 1107--JMU's Intellectual Property Policy governing Scholarship, Face-2-Face and online teaching materials and Patents.
CIT's Video Release Form--This form is designed to allow the university to use recordings of visiting lecturers, or guest performers “captured” on video or audio. One caveat: This is not for "research". The IRB process must be used whenever an investigator is conducting research as defined in JMU policy 1104
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Each unit in Libraries and Educational Technologies has policies regarding systems and asset management:
Carrier and East Campus Reserves--Basic Policies on what can and can't be placed on reserve.
Need to determine if your use is "Fair"? Can you stream that video in Blackboard? Need a quick way to teach copyright principles?