Fair Use in the Classroom: Getting Started

It is imperative for teaching faculty to understand the "Fair Use" provision of the copyright law, and be able to apply it appropriately. Nothing in the pages of this guide should be construed as legal advice. Please consult legal counsel with questions.

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Welcome

Welcome to the LibGuide entitled, "Fair Use in the Classroom."  Copyright issues are complex and sometimes difficult to apply.  This guide offers a starting point, but is not meant to be legal advice.  

Important Fair Use References

The links listed below represent a number of valuable resources to describe and detail the "Fair Use" Guidelines.

Fair Use Q & A

(Resource: CIS Fair Use Legal Experts Answer Fair Use Questions - Stanford Center for Internet and Society. 2011. retrieved from the website at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=S521VcjhvMA)

Fair Use Summary Video

Subject Guide

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