US Copyright Laws
THE COPYRIGHT LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES (TITLE 17 U.S. CODE) GOVERNS THE MAKING OF PHOTOCOPIES OR OTHER REPRODUCTIONS OF COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS.
COPYING PERMITTED WITHOUT COPYRIGHT PERMISSION:
1. Books published over 75 years ago.
2. Single copies for instructors.
3. Multiple copies for instructors: (NOT TO EXCEED THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN THE CLASS)
4. Copyright Permission Required Before Duplicating
Video taping of television programs for classroom use from commercial television programming should be tested by statutory criteria for fair use. Before video taping television programs for classroom use from a public broadcasting agency, the institution should contact the local broadcasting station as to the list of programs which schools may record off-the-air.
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