There are several ways to get help with your research! Here are a few:
Ask Eli! My contact information is just on the other side of your screen. I'm your librarian...please get in touch!
Use your OT research guide! I've put together specifc resources for finding OT literature, creating APA style citations, and more.
Ask a Librarian 24/7 service: Anytime, anywhere! This instant messaging reference service lets you chat with a librarian no matter what time it is. Puget Sound librarians can email you to follow up if you leave your email address.
As you work on your PAL Projects this year, you may find that you need to use other people's intellectual property as part of your work, whether by including images in a report, or putting a video on a website, or using music in a video that you make. As you do that, you need to make sure that you are acting ethically and legally in your use of that intellectual property. Specifically, you need to act within the bounds of copyright law.
Copyright law gives owners of creative works some specific rights, including:
This funny short film was created by Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University and is quite a thorough review of the basic principles of copyright, as explained through the mouths of various Disney characters. Watch through YouTube below, or download here from the Center for Internet & Society.
(the video itself is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License, so feel free to share it!)