1) It's the law.
2) Information ethics are not situational.
3) We lead by example for our students and colleagues.
4) It's the right thing to do.
Creative Commons Copyright
Copyright and Fair Use for Faculty by Tracey Mayfield and Cathy Outten is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://poly.libguides.com/copyright.
Interested in copyrighting your own work under Creative Commons? Go to their site.
Use Campus Reources:
- The Library's Reserve systems; electronic and print
- The 49er Shops Faculty resources
- Use BeachBoard, but use it wisely and do your due diligence!
- Common Scenarios have real-life examples of using copyrighted materials in real situations.
- Fair Use Checklist from Columbia University.
- Copyright Slider Tool, which can help you determine if permission is needed.
- Compliance Guidelines for Faculty page, which includes how to obtain permission for using copyrighted materials.
Help page, for books, websites and the human who can help!