UNL Libraries

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION FOR SOUND FILES

AVAILABLE THROUGH CONTENTdm

The Archival Collection of Performances from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Music consists of lawfully acquired and lawfully made recordings provided by the Music Library for the non-profit, educational use of UNL students, faculty, and staff and other persons granted permission to use the facilities of the University for educational purposes only. All performances are the copyright property of UNL. Non-commercial educational use of the recordings and images is permitted, but unauthorized copying, duplication, or redistribution beyond the standards of fair use is prohibited. Access to the searchable catalog record in ContentDM is open. Access to sound files is restricted to UNL students, faculty, staff and other persons granted permission to use the facilities of the University for educational purposes.

The Archival Collection of Performances, its physical recordings and its digital audio, are an extension of traditional library services and are provided in a manner that respects fair use rights, the rights of copyright holders, and current copyright law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source.

Publication of the sound files of the Archival Recital Collection in any form, such as in dissertations, theses, and web pages is not permitted without the expressed written permission of the copyright holders. Papers written or projects completed in fulfillment of class assignments are not considered publications. Full source information for sound files used in class assignments should be acknowledged in footnotes, captions or bibliographies.

For more information, see the Library of Congress documents on copyrights and fair use.



This page was last updated November, 2008.
Send your questions, comments or suggestions about this page to the Web Team.