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Scholarly Communication for Librarians: Copyright

This guide contains information and resources shared at the Scholarly Communication Boot Camp sessions.

Introduction to Copyright

 Librarians need to know copyright law to advise faculty when they have questions.  Fair use is our focus, but the TEACH act and the Georgia State Case are also things we’ve talked about in Boot Camps.

ECU Copyright Website and Helpful Tools

Libraries and Fair Use

The infographic below from ARL provides information on libraries and fair use.

Copyright & Fair Use 101

This webinar, by Christine Fruin, Anne Gilliland, and ASERL, is used under a CC BY NC SA 4.0 license

GSU Case

The links below include information about the Georgia State University copyright case that we've discussed in our boot camps.  

Introduction to Intellectual Property

Test Your Copyright Knowledge!