The resources on this page provide a wealth of information about copyright and fair use but require a bit of digging and reading to fully explore the content.
- From Harvard Law
A thoughtful and thorough look at copyright in the digital age. Articles include how copyright will need to grow and change to encompass future formats and uses.
- Copyright Crash Course
This web site provides depth on a variety of copyright topics such as fair use, copyright and libraries, derivative works, and copyright ownership.
- Anthony Jongejan's Web Site
A professor at Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University has posted a substantial number of presentations on various aspects of copyright. Copyright resources are collected on another page, with a variety of sources of free content.
- Center for Social Media
Provides a variety of materials about fair use from "question of the month" to decisions in court cases and documents on the topic of Fair Use. Teaching materials are also included.
- The eBook Copyright Page is Broken
Describes how traditional copyright protections don't transfer well to ebooks. An article in the NY Law School Law Review takes a look at how individual copyright parameters transfer to an ebook.