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Copyright Law in the Classroom: Welcome

This guide is based off the "Copyright Law in the Classroom" faculty session presented at the LWLC in Spring 2015.

Copyright Law in the United States

The United States Copyright Office has its very on website which is freely accessible and contains a decent amount of information on copyright law, and of course contains the law itself in great detail. The site can be found here: http://copyright.gov/ 

 

Some useful pages on this site include the following: 

 

The site also provides a multitude of Factsheets relating to Copyright and Fair Use. The page can be found here: http://copyright.gov/circs/factsheet.html 

University of Minnesota Libraries

The University of Minnesota Libraries offers a Web site dedicated to copyright law. This site is very user-friendly and contains a lot of useful information. https://www.lib.umn.edu/copyright

 

Some examples are below:

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