At International Business College, we want you to make an informed decision to attend our school. Many government agencies mandate that colleges provide various types of consumer information to the students, prospective students, and (in some cases) the general public. We take pride in providing you not only the information required by federal and state laws, but also additional useful information and disclosures on various aspects of our school. Therefore, we have gathered this material by category into a number of detailed web pages that are linked below. Of course, if you need more information or explanations, our staff is ready to help. Please contact the appropriate campus office or School Director’s Office for assistance with any of this information.
Of course, if you need more information or explanations, our staff is ready to help. Please contact the appropriate campus office or School Director’s Office for assistance with any of this information.
It is the intent of International Business College that all faculty and staff of IBC to adhere to the provisions of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Sect. 101, et seq.). The following statements and guidelines constitute the requirement for faculty and staff at the International Business College handling instructional material that is protected by copyright.
What Copyright Is
Copyright is a form of legal protection for authors of original works, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and other intellectual products. Publication is not essential for copyright protection, nor is the well known symbol of the encircled "c". The Copyright Act generally gives the owner of copyright the exclusive right to do and to authorize others to do the following:
These rights are not absolute. They are subject to both "Fair Use" limitations, which apply to all media, and medium-specific limitations.
Copyright Act lists four factors to help judges determine, and therefore to help you predict, when content usage may be considered "fair use."