Digital Audio Reserve Copyright Policy:
Information for Students
Digital Audio Reserve files are available for streamed, non-recordable playback in class, related course study outside of class, or course research. These digital audio files are made available only for the duration of the class for which they are intended, and access to them is strictly limited to the students enrolled in the class. It is illegal to download, copy, redistribute, modify, and/or archive any of these digital audio files.
Terms and Conditions for UseBy accessing and using digital audio reserve files, you agree to follow and be bound by the following terms and conditions:
- You assert that you are a UConn faculty member or a student currently enrolled in either a course or formal independent study with an instructor at the University of Connecticut;
- You agree that access to digital audio files via this Web site will be for your non-commercial, educational purposes only;
- You agree to properly cite any digital audio files from this Web site that are used in your research or course activity;
You agree NOT to download, copy, redistribute, modify,
and/or archive any of the digital audio files from this Web site.
The U.S. copyright law (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction to users for the purposes of private study, scholarship, or research. The University of Connecticut is not, under any circumstances, responsible for the unauthorized use or redistribution of digital audio reserve files.
Information in this page was reviewed and approved by legal counsel. Please see disclaimer. Review date: July 2004.