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Copyright Resource Guide

Copyright Resource Guide

Use Leganto for Your Course Reading Lists and Stay Copyright Compliant!

The St. Kate's Library administers Leganto, which allows instructors to create, share, and view their course reading list in your course management system. Leganto reading lists are one way that the Library helps you maintain copyright compliance for your course materials. If you want to use works that we don't have access to in the Library, add them to a Leganto reading list, and we'll license the content for you and your students.

For more information, see the Leganto Guide for Faculty.

For assistance with Leganto, contact your subject librarian.

Classroom Exemption

Multimedia in the Classroom - the TEACH (Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization) Act

Any time a performance (music, movies, etc.) or display (image, text, etc.) is transmitted (cable television, over the web), the TEACH exception might be an option for your class.

Best Practices for Copyright

Guidelines and best practices are helpful, but it is important to remember that they are not legal advice. Even if your use does not fit these guidelines, it is possible that it falls under fair use.

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