Copyright Links


Copyright & Fair Use Standards Guidelines for Teachers  List guidelines for fair use of copyright materials from (


Copyright Primer for Cornell University Digital Copyright Educational Program  (Cornell copyright policy & copyright law for Digital copyright)


Copyright in an Electronic Environment
Offers general and fair use guidelines for multimedia.
Included in these topics are copyright and plagiarism information for text, illustrations, music, the Internet, and additional resources. (North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, NC)

Copyright & Fair Use: Stanford University Libraries
Provides primary documents, summaries of current legislation and issues, related web resources, and an overview of copyright law. (Council on Library Resources, Findlaw Internet Legal Resources, and Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources, Stanford, CA)

The Copyright Website
Gives practical and relevant information on copyright and emphasizes copyright issues relating to the Internet. Copyright and its role in visual, audio, and digital arts are addressed. (Benedict O'Mahoney, San Mateo, CA)

Cyndi's List
Provides insights into web-related copyright issues and includes an extensive list of copyright and fair use resources. (Cyndi Howells, Puyallup, WA)


Library Congress  Taking the mystery out of copyrights. (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)

United States Copyright Office
Includes key information and publications dealing with copyright issues. Links to copyright law and other related resources are provided. (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)