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Online Copyright Compliance Guidelines for Trinity Faculty

The ubiquity and ease of use of web publishing resources and course management systems (CMS, including TLearn) has created the need for increased vigilance against inadvertent infringement of copyright.

More Information on Copyright (Links)

Association of Research Libraries' Fair Use FAQ for Professors

Baruch College's Guide to Using Copyrighted Media in Your Courses  -Available for use by members of the teaching public

UT Austin Libraries' Copyright Crash Course

Federal Copyright Law- A complete online transcript of U.S.C. Title 17 and related laws

Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright - A FAQ provided by the U.S. Copyright Office

Copyright Clearance Center - Copyright resources and online permissions purchases

10 Big Myths about Copyright Explained

Creative Commons

Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States-Table from Cornell U. showing when materials are protected by copyright and when they enter the public domain