Auxiliary Enterprises

Copyright Information

Did you know that you could be held responsible for copyright violations on your packets? Publishers are prosecuting professors, universities, and duplicating businesses.

Most of the following documents are in the portable document format (pdf) and require Adobe Acrobat Reader.


Course Packet Information Brochure: 
This brochure is to be used to help you prepare your course packets. It describes the copyright permissions process that Quick Copy Centers provides. The forms that are required for submitting your course packet to Quick Copy Center are included in this brochure.

Course Packet Request Form: 
This is the main form used in getting copyright permissions. It lists the information that we need in Quick Copy Centers in order to get copyright permission. One set is included in the Course Packet Information Brochure. 

Indemnification Form: 
This is a form that must be completed and sent in with any course packet containing any non-copyrighted information. It is a supplement to the Course Packet Request Form.

Quick Copy Job Information Form: 
This form is required along with the Course Packet Form and Indemnification Form.

Professor Royalty Form: 
This is the permission form for an original copyrighted work for a faculty member.

Links for Copyright Material: 
University of Texas System-Georgia Harper-Crash Course in Copyright
https://www.utsystem.edu/offices/general-counsel/resources-intellectual-property

George Mason University Copyright Policy
http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/cpyrght.htm

United States Copyright Office
http://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/

Additional Information
If there is anything we can do or any questions you need answered, please contact:
Traci Harris:
Phone: 713-500-4888
Fax: 713-500-4890
Email: Traci.L.Harris@uth.tmc.edu

Auxiliary Enterprises is a division within University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston comprised of all its business entities. This family of fifteen-plus divisions plays a vital role providing a wide variety of essential services and support to UTHealth students, faculty and staff and often the Texas Medical Center community. These departments offer extremely competitive pricing and value added services.

Vision

To be the model Auxiliary Enterprises within American higher education universities.

Mission

To be the number one resource of choice for all of our customers in support of our university's mission.

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