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Copyright and Fair Use: Copyright & You

This guide is one-stop shop for understanding Copyright and Fair Use especially in regards to legal use of teaching materials.

Why?

1)  It's the law.

2)  Information ethics are not situational.

3)  We lead by example for our students and colleagues.

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Creative Commons Copyright

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Copyright and Fair Use for Faculty by Tracey MayfieldCathy Outten, and Chloé Pascual is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
 

Interested in copyrighting your own work under Creative Commons? Go to their site.

How?

Use Campus Resources:

Do-it-Yourself Tools:

The CSU Libraries are working together on developing copyright resources.  Check out this page by CSU Chico: https://library.csuchico.edu/copyright

Help page, for books, websites and the human who can help!