Learn about the fair use provision of U.S. copyright law and how it allows for some uses of copyrighted works in research, teaching, news reporting, and criticism without the need of permission from the copyright owner.
The Writing Skills Improvement Program offers both regular and custom workshops.
Present your research
Library services & resources
Borrow technology - Presentation-related equipment for loan includes cameras, portable projectors, voice recorders, etc.
Rooms & spaces - Use library group study rooms for project team meetings. Technology study rooms have presentation equipment.
Software on Library Workstations - The Library provides a wide range of software on Information Commons computers that can support presentation preparation, including graphics software and Microsoft Office software such as PowerPoint.
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