Fair Use for Education
Copyright Information based on the TEACH Act passed in 2002For more information, refer any of the following:
Always credit the sourceLocate author citation informationAsk author or owner whenever possibleInformation on this page was accessed here.Use this tool to assist
- "Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom, on the Internet, and the World Wide Web" by the Library and Information Services division of the University of Maryland University College.
- "Harvard Copyright Guidelines" by Harvard University Humanities Facility Services.
in citing your sources:
Basic Copyright Guidlines to Assist When Using Electronic Media
•10% of the total media or 3 minutes,whichever is less
•10% or 1,000 words, whichever is lessMusic
•10% or no more than 30 seconds, whichever is lessIllustrations or Photographs
•No more than 5 photos from one collection or photographer or artistCopying of Multimedia Project
•No more than 2 copies