This page has been put together to help instructors, students, and all other TU personnel better understand the protections and limitations of copyright and fair use materials. While there are helpful links, guides, and even videos for several aspects of copyright, this page is not a legal guide or legal advice. It is our intention to make sure the knowledge and guidance is shared with everyone so that copyright and fair use are followed correctly.
Copyright Quick Guide - This Guide was originally conceived by Dr. Kenneth Crews and examines such seminal issues as fundamental principles of copyright law, copyright ownership, fair use and other permitted uses and provides a short bibliographic list.
U.S. Copyright Office - The U.S. Copyright Office promotes creativity and free expression by administering the nation’s copyright laws and by providing impartial, expert advice on copyright law and policy for the benefit of all.
ALA Copyright Advocacy - Information on the American Library Association's position and support of copyright.
Basic Copyright Principals (Stanford) - Frequently Asked Questions
Copyright Clearance Center - Further information from CCC regarding the purpose of copyright and what it protects.
Information contained on this website is educational in nature and is not to be construed as legal advice.
This guide was originally designed by Cornell University under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.