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Resources to help instructors determine whether their classroom practices conform to Fair Use and other educational copyright issues, including a video offering guidelines on recording lectures. This guide is a section from the Copyright guide from the Health Services and Human Services Library at the University of Maryland.
The Association of Research Libraries has developed a document to help faculty, students and librarians understand the copyright doctrine of Fair Use. It is intended to help librarians and others to effectively use the fair use rights included in the copyright law.
The Copyright Advisory Office of Columbia University offers information about clipping, cutting, pasting, uploading, posting, and many other activities that are common at the university which may be copyright infringements or may be within fair use.