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This guide provides practical information and guidance on copyright and Fair Use issues. It includes online tutorials for classroom use.

Author Rights Video

This brief video, produced by the Institute on Scholarly Communication in association with SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), explains how researchers can maximize exposure and dissemination for their peer-reviewed article manuscripts.

Code of Best Practices for Fair Use for Media Literacy in Education

This site is made available by the Center for Media and Social Impact at the School of Communication at American University

Here are some samples:

New from Harvard - 

Hansen, D. (2016) Digitizing Orphan Works: Legal strategies to reduce risks for open access to copyrighted orphan works. 
      Harvard Library. https://dash.harvard.edu/bitstream/handle/1/27840430/OrphanWorksReportFINAL.pdf?sequence=3


What You Can Do

The Original TEACH ACT Toolkit 

Peggy Hoon, UNC, Charotte, has also created this handy guide to complying with the requirements of the TEACH Act to use mulitmedia in your online classes

Students with a documented disability who require alternative format media may contact Disability Services (Dooling Hall, Room B19, disability@desales.edu, or x1239)