Copyrighted material may not be used on a Mount Holyoke College Web page without permission of the copyright owner. The MHC Copyright Notice includes what you can and cannot do with material related to the College's website.
All materials produced by Mount Holyoke College personnel on official pages of the Mount Holyoke College website are protected by copyright.
Mount Holyoke College does not permit Web posting of content that is illegal, that violates license rights or other contractual agreements, or that violates the privacy rights of any individual.
Mount Holyoke College students, faculty and staff members are expected to comply with the Mount Holyoke College Computer Use Policy.
Persons uploading content and graphics to a Mount Holyoke webpage are responsible for ensuring that copyrights are respected. College-owned photographic images that are anywhere in the public portion of the College website may be republished without payment, although permission must be requested from the Office of Communications, and a photo credit should accompany republication of the photograph.
MHC Copyright Guidelines
- Frequently Asked Questions About Copyright
- Making Course Readings Available
- Can I use it or Not?
- Video Copyright
Copyright Websites of Interest
- U.S. Copyright Office
- Crash Course on Copyright (University of Texas)
- Copyright and Fair Use (Stanford University)
- Copyright Bay (interactive tutorial)
- Copyright Website
Specialized information for webmasters, musicians, moviemakers, screenwriters, programmers and photographers. General copyright information for educators, students, web-surfers, re-mixers, mash-uppers and confused citizen.
- 10 Big Myths about Copyright Explained