Information Technology

Copyright Infringement

Truckee Meadows Community College respects the copyright protections given by federal law to owners of digital materials and software, and abides by all license and contractual agreements in the use of resources and services. Members of the College community are advised to become as knowledgeable as possible regarding copyright law.

Step 1: Determine if copyright law applies to the information, file or data you plan to use.

See the following links as resources:

Step 2: Seek appropriate permission and licensing.

  • Identify the owner.
  • Identify the rights needed.
  • Contact the owner and determine whether payment is required.
  • Get your permission agreement preferably in writing or follow owner’s instructions in acquiring information, file or data.

Step 3: If you have acquired copyright materials without permission, please remove these materials immediately.

Information Technology will monitor and review technology use with regard to compliance of copyright laws. If copyright infringement is discovered, TMCC will direct the student (or faculty/staff) to remove copyrighted material. 

Step 4: Suspected violations of these procedures or related statutes should be reported to IT Customer Service.

College News

Nursing Program Expanding in 2015

Maxine S. Jacobs Nursing Program will offer new degree and move into enlarged, remodeled facility.

Legacy Event Honors Students and Donors

TMCC Foundation hosts a festive dinner, creating connections for scholars and their benefactors.

Calendar of Events

TMCC Band Concert

Tuesday, October 21
North Valleys High School, 1470 East Golden Valley Rd.

Free Student Workshop: Preventing Identity Theft

Tuesday, October 21
SIER 209, Dandini Campus