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In order to determine if use of the work of others incorporated in the ETD falls under fair use, read thoroughly both ProQuests copyright guide, by Dr. Kenneth D. Crews, and the University of Pittsburghs . Consult the for explanations of a variety of issues related to copyright. Further questions regarding use of copyrighted materials should be discussed with faculty advisors and/or an attorney familiar with copyright law.
Copyrighting - Thesis and Dissertation Guide - UNC …
Unless employed by the University to undertake the research contained within the original thesis, the author holds the copyright to the work and has the right to refuse permission for the University to publish it. at the time you submit your thesis if you wish to exercise this right.
In the process of filing a thesis or dissertation via ProQuest, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a degree at UCLA, graduate students agree to grant a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual license to The Regents of the University of California (University). Graduate students retain copyright.