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Resources defining copyright and fair use and current legislation. Includes the TEACH Act and MP3 alternatives.
Copyright & Fair Use Overview
Resources include guides, definitions, current legislation and library sites on copyright. (Stanford University site)
Copyright Crash Course
In addition to the basic information, it details multimedia reproduction. (University of Texas)
Gives legal options for persons who want to listen to music online without supporting what they view as corporate monopolies.
Teach Act Explained
Discusses the areas expanded for distance education by the Teach Act. Includes a checklist as a starting point for decision-making on whether your use falls under the Act and requires additional steps for compliance.
U.S. Copyright Office
Federal site gives linformation on the law and policy, recent legislation, and publications for distribution. Includes links to registration process and appropriate forms, and a search box to locate copyright records.
Association of American Publishers