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 Copyright Issues / Citation of Sources

Copyright Act of 1976 
Copyright information from the law school at Cornell University.

Copyright Clearance Center On-line 
At this site you find out how to get permission to reproduce copyrighted content from articles, websites, books.

Copyright Info from National Education Association 
This site provides links to fair use, intellectual property, the law, articles that deal with copyright and more.

Copyright Website 
Featured on Library Spot and the winner of a "Webby" award, this site has practical, relevant information for the library media specialist.

Copyright: When Does Information Pass into the Public Domain
This chart from Lolly Gasaway, law professor at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, provides information about copyright and the public domain.

Fair Use Harbor 
Educational Technology graduate students at George Washington University created this website in order to complete their degree.

Library of Congress Copyright Office 
Key publications, including forms for copyright registration; links to the copyright law, news from the LOC, congressional testimony and latest regulations.

Copyright Law Resources for Educators and Librarians
This website by copyright expert Gary Becker contains question and answers about common copyright issues, Internet Resources, law updates and more.

Copyright and Web Teaching
There is a common misconception that if something is on the Web, then it's up for grabs. The information and charts in this article is designed to give simplified fair use guidelines to educators.

Copyright Clearance Center
You can use the tools and services on this site to get permission to reproduce copyrighted content such as articles and book chapters in your journals, photocopies, coursepacks, library reserves, websites, e-mail and more.

Copyright Crash Course- Online Tutorial
The Copyright Crash Course Online Tutorial will help you learn about how ownership of copyrighted materials works, what is fair use and when and how to get permission to use someone else's materials. The Tutorial pages include links to pages in the Copyright Crash Course and to copyright law. From the University of Texas.

Copyright with CyberBee
This interactive question and answer activity for students will teach them the basics about copyright. There are also resources and lesson ideas for teachers.

Copyright: The Library of Congress Copyright Page
Provides Information on historical events concerning copyright as well as copyright basics and FAQ's.

Consortium of Colleges and University Media Centers:
Full text of guidelines from the Consortium of College and University Media Centers advising professors and students on acceptable uses of multimedia materials for educational purposes that would not infringe on owners' copyrights.