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Copyright

Information about copyright policies, permissions, and best practices to utilize information.

Personal Honor

Personal honor is integrity in fulfilling commitments and responsibilities.

This website is intended to provide information about campus policy as well as provide resources that hopefully will reduce your doubts, fear and indecision in using copyrighted materials in the pursuit and delivery of education.

We encourage you to review and utilize these resources to develop informed practices in the application of copyright principles. This website is not intended to serve as legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel.

In the What Can I Use? section come to understand how to use copyrighted works legally.
In What Do I Own? learn about your personal copyrighted works and how they are protected.
Permissions contains the neccessary steps for obtaining permission to use copyrighted materials.
To learn more about copyright and do personal research, come and use these resources to enhance your copyright knowledge.

About Us

The Intellectual Property Office provides guidance and clarity to the campus community in identifying, protecting, and administering intellectual property matters to ensure responsible stewardship of sacred resources.

Services:

  • Provides guidance in considering the rights and responsibilities involved in the creation and use of intellectual property.

  • Collaborates with peer institutions to establish best practices to comply with copyright law.
  • Monitors technological and legislative changes that can affect the use of intellectual properties at BYU-Idaho and across higher education.

Please contact us or schedule an appointment to review any of your copyright concerns or questions.

Visit the new library research guide for more information on copyright.