Answered By: Ruth Steele
Last Updated: May 01, 2019     Views: 3

This varies widely. Digital objects created by university units and employees in the course of their work are public record materials, with no applicable copyright--although access or use could still be restricted for other reasons. Some MABEL collections also include licensed content, as well as copyrighted materials made available under Fair Use provisions of U.S. Copyright Law.

Each object in MABEL includes a statement about conditions governing its access and use provisions: check the "rights" section under the "Details" tab, and contact the repository/object custodian if you have questions.

Live Chat

Get Help

Related Topics