The Association of Research Libraries provides an excellent brocure called “Know Your Copyrights” that summarizes what classroom instructors can do with copyrighted material:

These two sites offer good general overviews of copyright as it affects higher education and in-depth explanations of fair use:

 

This site addresses a number of additional scenarios involving fair use in course management sysytems:

These two checklist can help determine if a specific use falls into either fair use or the TEACH Act:

 

This text is designed to help graduate students understand the impact of copyright law on their research and publishing:

 

This chart will explain the complex determination of whether or not a particular work is in the public domain:

 

When it is determined that permission for a particular use is needed, the Copyright Clearance Center should be the first stop:

 

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