All works used in any UNH digital communications, including images, videos, audio and written works, must have proper copyright approval and permissions. This meets our legal obligations and protects the university’s interests.
Copyright protection covers published and unpublished literary, scientific and artistic works, in a fixed, tangible form, whatever the form of expression.
Works created by others are protected by copyright. This includes:
To use a copyrighted work, you must receive permission from the copyright owner. You must also receive permission from the copyright owner to use photos of copyrighted works (e.g., sculptures, paintings), including photos you create.
For questions regarding copyright and permissions, please contact UNHInnovation.
Anyone working on a college or school website is welcome to attend the open walk-in training and help sessions that Academic Technology offers in support of Drupal. For a schedule of the training sessions and walk-in times, see the Academic Technology (AT) training calendar.
Unh.edu websites are maintained by members of the University community acting as official representatives of the University of New Hampshire. Editors are responsible for obtaining permission for using any copyrighted material on their sites, and any necessary releases for any photographs they took of individuals. Editors are responsible for complying with all relevant laws, university policies and this standard.
UNH AT reserves the right to remove any content that it considers to violate this standard or any other UNH policy. If inappropriate content is submitted, UNH AT will contact the site owner to discuss the issue. Unacceptable entries also may cause unh.edu access to be suspended.
Reports regarding inappropriate content may be sent to UNH AT.