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Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright

Link to the Library of Congress to view this animated video on copyright!

Tutorial for Students

http://copyright101.byu.edu/media/header.gif

Want to evaluate what you know about copyright?
Take the tutorial!

Creative Commons


Do you want to find media clips you can use safely?  Use Creative Commons to identify these resources.

 

Bound by the Law

Bound by the Law:  Tales from the Public Domain
Duke's Center for the Study of the Public Domain prepared this comic book to help students distinguish between copyright infringement and fair use.

OR, check it out from the Library,   KF3050.A954.

 

A Fairy(y) Use Tale

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Video by Eric Faden and distributed by the The Media Education Foundation and the Center for Internet and Society (http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/documentary-film-program/film/a-fair-y-use-tale).

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