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Copyright Guidelines for Specific Situations

The following links are from Stanford University's guidelines site, with much of it taken from Nolo Press, with permission:

For Digital Copying (page down to the section)

For Using Digitized Images in Lectures, Scholarly Presentations or Publications (page down to the section)

For Students or Instructors Preparing Multimedia Works (page down to the section)

Coursepacks

Reproducing Text Materials for Use in Class (page down to the section)

For Reproducing Music (page down to the section)

For Recording and Showing Television Programs (page down to the section)

Library Photocopying

Please note the following disclaimer: This website should not be construed as a substitute for legal advice, nor does it guarantee complete accuracy or comprehensiveness on the subject of copyright. Please consult an attorney for specific situations.

Last Updated: 12/08/2014
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