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There is a common misconception that copyrighted work can be used as long as it’s for educational purposes. It’s important for instructors to understand fair use and its implications for using copyrighted materials in courses.

See the University Libraries copyright information and resources for information on what materials you can use in your teaching, research and publications, multimedia projects, and assignments and class projects.

If you have complicated questions about copyright in academic technology, contact Nancy Sims at the University Libraries, or 624-1851.

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