Posted by UCSB Libraries on February 22, 2007
Copyright tips are available from the Association of Research Libraries.
Know Your Copy Rights—What You Can Do, a 2007 brochure aimed at faculty and teaching assistants.
Among the topics covered in the brochure are: fair use, the advantage of linking to instead of copying works, and special provisions for displaying or performing works in classes. The brochure also includes a one-page chart that highlights 24 situations when various categories of works can be used.
This FAQ complements the brochure and presents a sequence of five overarching questions that faculty members should ask themselves when considering using a copyrighted work in their teaching. The FAQ consists of two sections, each addressing the different circumstances for the traditional face-to-face classroom or online courses.
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