In three ways, we have tried to make the CopyrightX materials accessible to all persons interested in learning about the copyright system. The syllabi for the Harvard Law School course and the online sections contain links to the reading materials in three alternative formats, two of which have been optimized for accessibility. This website has been audited and adjusted to improve its accessibility. Finally, the recordings of all of the lectures were reformatted in the winter of 2015 and now include closed captioning. (Instructions for viewing the lectures with captions are available at CopyrightX: Lectures.)

We welcome suggestions concerning how we could do more. If you experience challenges accessing the CopyrightX materials, please email the CopyrightX course team at copyrightx at Contributions from users that increase the accessibility of the materials will be collected on the Community Contributions page.

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