If you would like to use a copyrighted work (e.g., text, music, video, etc.), you need permission from the copyright owner unless your use falls within the scope of fair use or another exception to copyright law. For campus use of copyrighted works, the BYU Copyright Licensing Office (CLO) will seek permission from the copyright owner on your behalf. To submit a request for the CLO’s copyright clearance services, fill out the appropriate form.
The university’s Course Reserve system allows you to deliver readings to your students electronically, which your students can access via Learning Suite. The university pays for licensing fees associated with readings submitted through Course Reserve. Click here to learn more!
Fill out this form if you would like to use a literary work. Literary works include books, articles, poems, speeches, blog posts, tweets, song lyrics, movie quotes, etc.
Fill out this form if you would like to use music in a live stage production.