Answered By: Teaching, Learning, and Academic Support Library
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2018     Views: 88

The public domain consists of materials that are no longer protected by copyright or that have been deemed not covered by copyright by law. Please note that what is considered to be in the public domain is different for those residing outside of the United States.

For more information on the public domain, see this Copyright Reference Guide. For advice on copyright, contact the Scholarly Commons.



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