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Thanks to the Copyright Content Project Team (see list below), students and employees of the colleges of DCCCD now have a reliable source of information about copyright that is written for lay people.Copyright for Students To navigate to this page, go to Current Students>Student Services>Copyright Information and ResourcesCopyright for EmployeesTo navigate to this page, go to Employees>Tools and Resources>Copyright Information and ResourcesThe information on these pages has been reviewed and approved by DCCCD's attorney, Robert Young, and an external law firm that specializes in copyright issues.Copyright Content Project Team
Copyright and Copyleft
Copyright Clearance Center
Copyright Resources Online
Copyright Permission Form LetterDavid Dillard's Copyright Resources
Electronic Reserves Copyright Policies Based on Fair Use November 2003 Examples of how research and academic libraries have used the fair use provisions of Section 107 of the Copyright Act as the basis for their electronic reserves policies.
Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Fair Use Resources
Licensing Electronic Resources: Strategic and Practical Considerations for Signing Electronic Information Delivery Agreements Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries.
Stanford University Libraries: Copyright & Fair Use
U.S. Copyright Office
What is Copyright?
World Intellectual Property Organization