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Copyright and Fair Use Resources

University Libraries provides extensive resources to help you make sound decisions about copyright and educational fair use practices.

For more information or an individual consultation about copyright issues, contact Matt Ruen, Scholarly Communications Outreach Coordinator: (Disclaimer: The Libraries can only provide information and resources about copyright; if you need legal advice, contact University Counsel.)

Course Reserve

We can digitize materials so that you can add them to your electronic course reserves

Distance and Hybrid Learning

We can ship books to off-campus faculty and students.

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources are textbooks, learning objects, and other educational materials which are open:  free to use, with few or no restrictions on how they can be accessed, adapted, used, and shared.

Use the Open Educational Resources subject guide to find high-quality open-licensed textbooks and other educational materials for your courses, or talk to your liaison librarian to learn more.

Subject Guides

Use our collection of subject and course guides to find library materials organized by major or discipline.