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Copyright & Fair Use

ITTC Faculty Center's mission revolves around enabling our clients (faculty) to integrate and utilize technology as a tool that will enhance how they teach. In satisfaction of our mission the ITTC works at providing information to our clients in adherence to rules and regulations relating to copyrights including but not limited to Fair Use of educational material. The appropriate and authorized use of copyrighted material continues to be a prime focus of a large number of educational institutions, as they seek to be compliant with U.S. Copyright Laws. The information contained in this Webpage is by no means prescriptive and should be used for information purposes only. The information provided should not be used as a substitute for actual legal advice. You may

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United States Copyright Office

Copyright Basics
Frequently Asked Questions About Copyright
Search Copyrights Records -U.S. Copyrights Database

Copyright Management Center

Additional FAQs on Copyright

United States Copyright Office

Copyright Law - Section on Fair Use
Additional Information on Fair Use

American Library Association

Fair Use Nugget

American Library Association

Fair Use Evaluation Tool

Conference on Fair Use (CONFU)

Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia

Copyright Management Center

Checklist for Fair Use
Key Court Cases on Fair Use
Securing Permission to Use Copyrighted Works

The Library of Congress

Securing Permission to Use Copyrighted Works

U.S. Copyright Office

Reproduction of Copyrighted Works by Educators - Photocopying
Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Act (2008)

Fair-use Guide

Classroom Copying

(this is a guideline only, not a statement of legal standards)

U.S. Copyright Law

Exceptions for Instructors