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Fair Use Resources
Proposed Educational Guidelines on Fair Use
The Web site, provided by the Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center, outlines the proposed guidelines discussed during the Patent and Trademark Office's Conference on Fair Use (CONFU).
Fair Use Analysis Tool
The Fair Use Analysis Tool, created by the University of Minnesota Libraries, walks you through the process to determine fair use.
Fair Use Evaluator
This tool, created by the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy, helps you evaluate the fair use of a copyrighted work as well as archives the data and process you use to determine fair use.
The Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center blog.
Copyright - Free Materials
A non-profit organization that allows flexible copyright licenses for creative works. Check the education section for material you might want to use in class.
30,000 free clipart images, including animations, backgrounds, clipart and much more.
Openly Licensed Images
A list of freely available, openly licensed images
Copyright exists for only a certain period of time. Use these resources to determine if a work is no longer covered under copyright