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Copyright and Fair Use Information
Kettering College Copyright Policy
Outlines the rights and responsibilities of Kettering College faculty, staff, and students regarding use of copyright protected materials.Kettering-College-Copyright-Policy
An Overview of Copyright for Kettering College Faculty, Staff, and Students
A brief overview of copyright considerations when using materials for instructional purposes.
Check your understanding of copyright.
Baruch College's InterActive Guide to Using Copyrighted Media in Your Courses
A free interactive guide to help faculty determine the appropriate copyright guidelines they must follow to use copyrighted media in their courses. Click here.
Campus Guide to Copyright Compliance
Developed by the Copyright Clearance Center, this site provides answers to copyright compliance questions in higher education.
Copyright Clearance Center
This site is designed to facilitate obtaining clearance to use copyright-protected materials. You can see it here.
Copyright Crash Course
Sponsored by the University of Texas system, this site, while a little clumsy in design, is a wealth of information on copyright issues. Try is here.
Copyright and Intellectual Property
From the Association of Research Libraries, this site provides numerous links and resources regarding copyright, intellectual property and fair use.
Copyright and Fair Use
Sponsored by the Stanford University Libraries, the Council on Library Resources, and FindLaw Internet Legal Resources, this site provides links to primary documents, current legislation, issues, and internet resources on copyright and fair use.
Copyright Essentials for Educators
An resource from Colorado State University for understanding copyright with in the educational setting. Use the Copyright Use Checklist to verify that your use of copyright protected materials is appropriate.
Fair Use Checklist
This form can be used to evaluate and document determination of fair use.Fair_Use_Checklist
Know Your Copy Rights: Resources for Teaching Faculty
Presented in an FAQ format, this document answers many questions about using copyright protected materials in both the traditional face-to-face classroom and in an online environment.kycrfaq
Comprehensive information on licensing digital information. See it here.
U.S. Copyright Office Home Page
Here you will find all key publications of the U.S. Copyright Office, links to the copyright law and to the homepages of other copyright-related organizations, the latest copyright regulations and a link to online copyright records cataloged since 1978.