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  • Copyright 101 Tutorial (BYU)
    This online tutorial is designed by BYU, to assist faculty, staff and students to learn about the rights of a copyright owner and the legal exemptions that exist for educators, such as fair use.
  • Copyright Tutorial (Maricopa Community College)
    This is an introductory level instruction on the basics of copyright law. By the time you complete the tutorial, you will have a good understanding of many copyright law fundamentals.
  • Crash Course in Copyright Law (Univ. Texas)
    The Copyright Crash Course Online Tutorial will help you learn about how ownership of copyrighted materials work, what is fair use and when and how to get permission to use someone else's materials.
  • Interactive Guide to Using Copyrighted Media in Your Courses
    Baruch College's interactive guide to help faculty determine the appropriate coyright guidelines they must follow to use different types of copyright protected media in their courses.
  • Section 108 Spinner
    ALA's Office for Information Technology Policy released the Section 108 Spinner. The spinner is a useful tool that can help determine whether a particular reproduction is covered by the 108 exemption. Section 108 of the U.S. Copyright code allows libraries and archives, under certain circumstances, to make reproductions of copyrighted materials without the permission of the copyright holder.

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