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Internet Sites:

• The Educator’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use
From Education World, a five-part series on copyright, fair use, and new technologies.

• U.S. Copyright Office
A database of information about works registered in the U.S. Copyright Office since 1978. Also includes files that provide general information about copyright.

• Copyright and Fair Use
From Stanford University Libraries, FindLaw, and the Council on Library Resources. Includes a pointers page on copyright and fair use. Composed of four main categories: Primary Materials; Current Legislation, Cases and Issues; Resources on the Internet; and Overview of Copyright Law.

• Timeline: A History of Copyright in the U.S.
Provided by the Association of Research Libraries. There is a link to other copyright and intellectual property resources from ARL at the bottom of the page.

• Copyright and Related Rights
This information on copyright issues is provided by the World Intellectual Property Organization.

• Copyright Clearance Center
CCC provides licensing systems for the reproduction and distribution of copyrighted materials throughout the world. The company currently manages rights relating to over 1.75 million works and represents more than 9,600 publishers and hundreds of thousands of creators, either directly or through their representatives.

• The Copyright Website
Contains information on copyright in relation to the web and new technologies.

• Drafting a Faculty Copyright Ownership Policy
“This article aims to discuss the reasons that institutions need to review and revise their copyright ownership policies at this time.”

• Keeping it Legal: Questions arising out of Web site management
By Jamie McKenzie
FNO (From Now On) – The Educational Technology Journal, Vol 5 No 7 June, 1996
Discussion of copyright issues as they relate to use of internet materials and web sites in educational contexts.

• Yahoo! Copyright

• ERIC Digest – New Copyright Exemptions for Distance Educators: The Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act (2002)

Discussion Groups:

• CNI Copyright Forum
This is a forum of the Coalition for Networked Information discussing copyrights and intellectual property.
To subscribe, address an e-mail message in the following manner:
To: listproc@cni.org
Subscribe cni-copyright YourFirstName YourLastName
Archives: http://www.cni.org/Hforums/cni-copyright


• The Copyright Society of the United States of America
352 Seventh Avenue, Suite 307
New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212)354-6401