Encyclopedia of communication and information / edited by Jorge Reina Schement.
Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing
Complete copyright : an everyday guide for librarians / Carrie Russell, [editor].
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National Council of Teachers of English
It is possible to create dynamic and culturally relevant video productions, works that incorporate pre-existing creations made by others without running afoul of Copyright law. This page contains Teaching Materials, Codes, other documents, and a video intended to educate about the complex topic of fair use for copyrighted materials.
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Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials by Georgia Harper
The Copyright Crash Course, University of Texas at Austin Libraries
University of Texas Systems Dept.
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