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Plagiarism & Copyright Overview
Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism - From Duke University.
Examples of Plagiarism - Examples and explanations of plagiarism from verbatim copying to thorough paraphrasing; examples of computer program plagiarism are included. From Princeton University.
Copyright & Fair Use - Overview of copyright and fair use from the Stanford University Libraries
Copyright Crash Course
- Fair use information, a crash course tutorial, links to the TEACH ACT and other copyright resources from the University of Texas.
Copyright Issues - Legislation and copyright issues from the American Library Association.
Copyright Law of the United States - Complete text of the U.S. Copyright Law from The United States Copyright Office.
Creative Commons - Share, Remix, Reuse - Legally. Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that increases sharing and improves collaboration.
When Works Pass Into the Public Domain - Copyright chart from Carrie Russell, Complete Copyright: An Everyday Guide for Librarians (American Library Association, 2004).