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Copyright: Additional Resources

Additional resources

American Association of Universities Campus Guide to Copyright: http://www.aau.edu/WorkArea/showcontent.aspx?id=472

A Citizen's Legal Guide to American Copyright Law from Case Western School of Law: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/legal/copyright/citizens_legal_guide_american_copyright_law

Copyright for Librarians from the Berkman Center: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/2013/copyright_for_librarians

© Primer, University of Maryland University College, available online at http://www‐apps.umuc.edu/primer/enter.php#. Site is an interactive copyright primer.

Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright from the Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/copyrightmystery/#

Applying Fair Use in Higher Education, Special report for college and university educators & administrators, ebook available to Texas State University users via Alkek Library catalog: http://catalog.library.txstate.edu/record=b2082711~S1a

Columbia Copyright Advisory Office, Columbia University Libraries, available online at http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/. Site includes permissions forms, publication agreements, and fair use checklists.

Copyright & Fair Use, Stanford University Libraries, available online at http://fairuse.stanford.edu/

Copyright Guidelines for Use of Films and Videos, Xavier University, available online at http://www.xavier.edu/library/help/copyright_video.pdf

Copyright Information Center, Cornell University, available online at http://www.copyright.cornell.edu/resources/

Copyright Initiatives, University of Minnesota, available online at http://www.lib.umn.edu/copyright/.  See especially their Transforming Scholarly Communication site at http://www.lib.umn.edu/scholcom/

Copyright Law & Graduate Research (Online booklet) by Kenneth Crews ‐‐ a leading expert in the field, available online at http://www.umi.com/en‐US/products/dissertations/copyright/

Copyright Watch - Monitors Legal Developments on Copyright around the World: http://www.copyright-watch.org/home

Copyrights and Wrongs, American Association of University Professors website authored by Ann Springer, available online at http://www.aaup.org/AAUP/protect/legal/topics/copy.htm

Crash Course in Copyright, authored by Georgia Harper, University of Texas, available online at http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/cprtindx.htm. Site provides many sources of helpful information on all types of copyright issues. Good for the first time user or as a refresher for those who know some copyright basics.

Digital History Guide - covers issues involving gathering historical materials to put on the Internet including copyright issues: http://chnm.gmu.edu/digitalhistory/

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) from University of San Francisco Internet and Intellectual Property Law Clinic: http://chillingeffects.org/copyright/faq.cgi#QID867

Guide to the TEACH Act, University System of Georgia , available online at http://www.usg.edu/legal/teach_act/

Know your Copy Rights. Association of Research Libraries, online brochure for faculty and teaching assistants, available at http://www.knowyourcopyrights.org/resourcesfac/kycrbrochure.shtml

Music Law Updates: http://www.musiclawupdates.com/

Scholarly Communications @ Duke, Kevin Smith, Scholarly Communications Librarian at Duke University, available online at http://library.duke.edu/blogs/scholcomm/frequently‐asked‐questions/toolkit/. Site includes release forms and a TEACH Act flow chart.

The Scholarly Kitchen - a blog devoted to scholarly publishing: http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/

SHERPA/RoMEO Publisher copyright policies & self‐archiving, available online at http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/. SHERPA is a collaboration of higher education institutions, primarily in Great Britain. Use this site to find a summary of permissions that are normally given as part of each publisher's copyright transfer agreement.

Teaching Copyright, Electronic Frontier Foundation, available online at http://www.teachingcopyright.org/. Site provides curriculum and numerous resources.

Using Copyrighted Works in Your Teaching—FAQ: Questions Faculty and Teaching Assistants Need to Ask Themselves Frequently -by Peggy Hoon, JD, Visiting Scholar for Campus Copyright and Intellectual Property, Association of Research Libraries http://www.knowyourcopyrights.org/resourcesfac/faq/

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