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Library Resources as Course Materials
Information about how to link library resources to course materials such as syllabi or class session documents in Canvas
Information: Librarians are prepared to direct instructors to information sources about copyright guidelines and the fair use of copyrighted materials for academic purposes. See the library's Collections Area Contacts directory to locate the contact info for the librarian liaison to your academic department or discipline.
Copyright Advice: Although happy to help facilitate the use of library resources, librarians cannot interpret the law or otherwise advise instructors about whether a particular use of copyrighted material is legal in a particular context. For advice about the application of copyright to a planned use, instructors should contact Tulane's Office of the General Counsel, 300 Gibson Hall, 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118-5698. Phone: (504)865-5783.
Links to Information about Copyright and Fair Use
Below are some links to some information sources about copyright and fair use.