Making copyrighted material available online raises different concerns than displaying content in a physical classroom or providing a handout to students sitting in front of you. The following resources can help you teach online while complying with copyright laws.
If you’d like more information about copyright or fair use or if you’d like help finding resources you can use online, contact Carrie Nelson at College Library.
This graphic guides users through the decision-making process around use of copyrighted materials.
This guide links to collections of resources that are freely available for modification, use or redistribution either because they are in the public domain or because they have been explicitly licensed for such uses by their copyright owners.