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This guide is one-stop shop for understanding Copyright and Fair Use especially in regards to legal use of teaching materials.
Copyright & You
Info for Faculty Authors
The U.S. Copyright Office aims to "promote creativity by administering and sustaining an effective national copyright system."
Copyright & Scholarly Communication Office - Duke University
Probably the most well known in no small part due to Kevin Smith, the Director of the office. His blog is is omnipresent in discussions of copyright and he is quoted often in academia.
Copyright Advisory Office - Columbia University
A comprehensive copyright resource from Columbia's Copyright Advisory Office.
University Copyright Office - Purdue University
Established in 2000, the office exists to not only advise faculty and staff, but it also provides programs to aid in awareness and compliance.
Copyright & Fair Use - Stanford University
An extensive collection of copyright resources, tools, commentary and primary materials.
The Campus Guide to Copyright Compliance
Designed for academic institutions, this guide helps answer questions ranging from basic copyright law to the more complex topics of ILL and e-reserves.
Copyright Resources for Schools and Libraries
A collection of annotated links on copyright from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that empowers creative individuals to allow use of their works by others according to criteria that they choose.
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