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Last Updated: Sep 17, 2013
Exceptions for Instructors
TEACH Act exceptions for instructors
Fair Use Evaluator
Determine whether or not your specific use of a work would be considered "fair use"
Determine whether or not a work is still protected by copyright
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Copyright exceptions for libraries
Copyright at GCSC
Presentation: Copyright for Instructors
What You CAN Do
Copyright exists to promote science and the useful arts -- that is, learning and scholarship. Educators analyze what use of materials is allowed to create the most effective educational experience for students.
Know What You Can Do - A Brochure for Faculty and Teaching Assistants
Full of information about fair use, the advantage of linking to instead of copying works, and special provisions for displaying or performing works in classes
Copyrights and Wrongs
Academic copyright basics from the American Association of University Professors
Library Copyright Alliance
Copyright and 3D Printing
What's the deal with copyright and 3D printing?
Explores copyright, patent, and trademark law
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