The Center for Social Media. (2012). The code of best practices in fair use for media literacy education. Retrieved from http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/fair-use/related-materials/codes/code-best-practices-fair-use-media-literacy-education.
Questions & answers on copyright for the campus community. Washington, DC : Association of American Publishers ; Oberlin, OH : National Association of College Stores ; Washington, DC : Software & Information Industry Association, c2006.7th ed. http://www.nacs.org/toolsresources/cmip/copyright/questions.aspx.
Individual copies for Bucks faculty and staff are available from the Copyright Liaison.
Link to an automatic search for the subject "copyright" in library catalog.
U.S. Government Official Copyright Links
- U.S. Copyright Office
- Title 17 U. S. Code
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act
- Technology Education and Copyright Harmonization Act (TEACH Act)
- "A Fair(y) Use Tale" was compiled by Eric Faden of Bucknell University. It takes short segments from an assortment of movies to provide information about fair use and copyright.
- Copyright Advisory Network -- American Library Association, Office for Information Technology Policy
- Copyright Advisory Office -- Columbia University
- Copyright Clearance Center
- Consortium for Educational Technology in University Systems (CETUS) Fair Use
- Creative Commons
- CONFU Multimedia Guidelines. Ball State University provides a nice summary from the CONFU report. For additional information see CONFU -- Conference on Fair Use (Full Report, November 1998).
- "Is It Protected by Copyright?" A digital slider for determining a work's copyright status, by Michael Brewer and the American Library Association Office for Information Technology Policy.
- Media Education Lab : Copyright - resources for educators.