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BCC Copyright Policy

                                                                                                       BERKSHIRE  COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                                       COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY

It is the policy of Berkshire Community College to acknowledge and abide by all applicable intellectual property laws, including but not limited to federal copyright law, Title 17 of the U.S. Code as amended at All individuals employed, enrolled, and/or using the facilities or resources of the College are expected to do the same. 

Copyright is defined as the exclusive right of an author to reproduce and create derivative works from, distribute, perform, display, sell, lend or rent original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible medium (print, audiovisual, online, and other media) which are not in the Public Domain and are thus protected under United States Copyright Law Title 17 of the U.S. Code.

It is the responsibility of all faculty, staff, students and anyone using facilities or resources of the College to read, understand, and follow the BCC Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy.  Please clink on the links below to read the complete policy, related information, and summary of infringement penalties.

Link To The  College's Copyright Page

This Page Was Posted on July 9, 2017