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Copyright Web Sites

  • Campus Guide to Copyright Compliance - Copyright Clearance Center
    The Campus Guide to Copyright Compliance is designed for academic institutions to help answer questions ranging from basic copyright law to the more complex topics of ILL and e-reserves.
  • Copyright Information - Illinois Wesleyan University
    Includes information about copyright for students and faculty, with clear Fair Use guidelines and a useful section on free and legal sites for downloading music and more.
  • Copyright Information site | University of Minnesota Libraries
    Copyright Information site | University of Minnesota Libraries
  • Copyright Website
    A commercially based website that offers "specialized information for webmasters, musicians, moviemakers, screenwriters, programmers and photographers." The site also presents "general copyright information for educators, students", and others.
  • Current Stanford Copyright Reminder
    Current information on social media policies as well as general copyright fair use best practices.
  • Know Your Copy Rights
    A guide to using copyrighted works in academic contexts.
  • Legal Information Institute
  • SRJC Guidelines for Copyright Compliance - 2012
    Guidelines to help instructors understand Fair Use.
  • SRJC Policy 2.14 Intellectual Property Rights
    This is a pdf document.
  • UC Copyright
    This website, designed to educate the academic community of the University of California about copyright issues in an educational setting, contains, much information that is useful to others as well. Articles cover copyright ownership (What is copyright? What is/isn't protected by copyright? Who is an author? Copyright and the Web, etc.), using copyrighted works (step-by-step guide for getting permission to use copyrighted works, fair use, public domain, the TEACH Act which establishes new standards for copyright and distance education), FAQs (How can I tell if a work I want to use is in the public domain? How do I put a copyright notice on my work? etc.) and links to other copyright websites. The site also offers access to copyright policies and documents of the University of California itself.
  • University of North Carolina - Copyright Resouces
    Includes recent webcast on copyright code of best practices.
  • US Copyright Office
    Find information about our online registration of materials for copyright, key publications including informational circulars and application forms for copyright registration as well as links to the copyright law and to the homepages of other copyright-related organizations.


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