Copyright is governed by Title 17 of the United States Code. The L.W. Tyree Library encourages all users to follow copyright law and regulations.
- U.S. Copyright Office
- The Campus Guide to Copyright
- Copyright Basics [video]
- Copyright Clearance Center
- Creative Commons Licensing - resource explaining the different Creative Commons licenses
Many faculty require particular eBooks and journal articles for use in their courses. These online resources may be easily and directly linked for Santa Fe College use on faculty webpages, sent attached in emails or linked within an Canvas course.
Use the Linking to Library Content page for instructions and procedures.
- U.S. Copyright Office: Fair Use
- Ball State University: Copyright and Intellectual Property Office
- Bound by the Law? - online comic book covering copyright law and fair use from Duke University's Center for the Study of the Public Domain
- The Campus Guide to Copyright Compliance
- The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education
- Copyright Alliance: Resources for Creators
- Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom (University of Maryland)
- Copyright for Librarians and Teachers, in a Nutshell
- Copyright in the Library (University of Texas)
- Copyright on Campus [video]
- Fair Use FAQ for Professors
- Is It Protected by Copyright?
- Questions & Answers on Copyright for the Campus Community
- Respect Copyrights
- Stanford University: What Is Fair Use?
- What You Don't Know About Copyright, but Should
See the Computer Sciences: Free Online Content page for resources for fonts, images, and media.