Developed by the Association of American Universities, Association of Research Libraries, Association of American University Presses, and the Association of American Publishers, this publication represents a "common understanding regarding the basic meaning and practical significance of copyright for the higher education community."
A collection of tips from the Association of Research Libraries for faculty interested in learning how to use copyrighted materials in their instruction. It focuses on what can be done without seeking special permission or licenses.
Publication produced by the United States Copyright Office that brings together pertinent legal text and government documents addressing basic copyright law, especially those provisions that apply to educators and librarians.
The U.S. Copyright Code provides for the educational use of copyrighted material without the permission of the copyright holder under certain conditions. Use this free online tool to find out if your intended use meets the requirements set out in the law. This tool can also help you collect information detailing your educational use and provide you with a summary in PDF format.