Your Intellectual Property Rights – What are they?

After completing a special project or inventing a new resource, have you ever wondered who owns that work, you or your employer, the University of Toronto?

For academic librarians it is important to be aware of what you own intellectual copyright over and what belongs to the University of Toronto. Don’t assume every report or project that you complete belongs to your employer, the University of Toronto. Here are two guidelines produced for faculty and librarians by the University of Toronto, for your protection and guidance:

Copyright Policy and the Inventions Policy

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