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Suggestions for approaching fair use in your syllabus.
Additional materials and links to teaching tools for the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts.
Marymount Manhattan College students Billy Shields and Stuart Kiczek re-purpose old copyright black-and-white footage to illustrate a more modern point about how consumers can cut down on expenses by...
In your syllabus, you often have some information on copyright. Here is some language to include in that section, specifically on fair use.
The following scenarios take you through common examples and prompt you to justify them using the Code of Best Practices that best fits.
Media Education Lab
The Media Education Lab at Temple University has created a whole set of Curriculum Materials for teaching and understanding copyright and fair use. The materials include...
CAA Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
The College Art Association teamed up the CMSI to simply the approach to the principles found within the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use...
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