- Bruin Success with Less Stress
- Copyright Advisory Network
This website is a way for librarians to learn about copyright and seek feedback and advice from fellow librarians and copyright specialists. We'd like to encourage communication and discussion - with copyright, there are no definitive answers. We also hope to provide useful resources for librarians and others seeking to learn about copyright.
- Copyright and Fair Use - Information & Library Services - UMUC
This document's purpose is to help faculty, students and staff make informed decisions before using materials in the classroom, for course reserves, or the Internet or World Wide Web.
- CSPD Comics
“Bound by Law [comic book available on the web] translates law into plain English and abstract ideas into ‘visual metaphors.’ So the comic's heroine, Akiko, brandishes a laser gun as she fends off a cyclopean 'Rights Monster' - all the while learning copyright law basics, including the line between fair use and copyright infringement.”
- Doug Johnson on Copyright -- From Cop to Counselor
Few of us are comfortable at either extreme of copyright enforcement – playing the copyright bully or completely ignoring situations of questionable copyrighted materials use. . . . . I propose we re-brand ourselves, “copyright counselors” and do what good counselors have always done – help others reach good decisions about their actions rather than serve in a judgmental role.
- Fair Use
You Be The Judge | Teaching Copyright
- Images For Your Projects
- National Geographic Society
Sample Terms of Service / Copyright information
- Shapes of Time - Copyright Law in the digital age
Copyright law in the UK - a history and a source of information for copyright law in the digital age
- Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright (Library of Congress)
The following chart was designed to inform classroom teachers of their rights under the copyright law and copyright guidelines of the United States. Copyright and the notion of intellectual property was written into the Constitution of the United States to promote learning and the useful arts---and was designed to be supportive of the work of educators.
classroom teachers of their rights under the copyright law andcopyright guidelines of the United States
copyright education fair guidelines protection use
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