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Teaching Resources: Copyright

Copyright Resources

Copyright information

  • Background resources 

Educational fair use

  • Video about Fair Use
  • Questionnaire for determining educational fair use

Getting permission

  • Getting permission for using materials in faculty research or student use
  • Sample copyright permission request letter 

Ask a Librarian

  • Ask for research help at Library Services Desk, by chat/text messaging, email, phone
  • Schedule a 15-30 minute appointment related to your research or citations

Creative Commons explained

"Copyright and Creative Commons can be a confusing topic. Last month [Beth Holland and I hosted a free webinar in which we shared our best advice on helping students and colleagues navigate the confusing issues of copyright and Creative Commons. In Copyright for Teachers Beth Holland and I cover why teachers should care about copyright, common misconceptions about Fair Use, and how to find copyright-friendly media. During the webinar we also we shared some stories from our classrooms, fielded some questions... and shed some light on common misconceptions about copyright and Creative Commons.

Copyright for Teachers can be viewed in its entirety for free here on my YouTube channel. The slides used in the webinar can be viewed here." 

Byrne, R. (2017, November 19). “Understanding copyright for classrooms.” Message to [Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week subscription list].

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