Copyright is a form of intellectual property (IP) that protects the original expression of ideas. Copyright law protects works such as books, articles, web pages, images, art works and audiovisual materials.
As a student at CIT you will create works for which you have intellectual property rights and may use others' copyrighted work or IP as part of your assessment.
It is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities in relation to copyright and IP while studying at CIT. See the Copyright and Plagiarism page on Libguides for information about what you can copy and how to safeguard you IP at CIT.