Copyright and Remote Learning
Copyright resources for educators and students
Stephanie "Cole" Adams
Stephanie Adams provides legal services to libraries, museums, and educators throughout NYS through the "Ask the Lawyer" Service. Her law office also handles employment, business, and construction law. A Central NY native (New Hartford High School, '91) and former page at the New Hartford Public Library, her law office is in Buffalo. She is looking forward to hearing your questions and discussing how the law can be an asset, not a burden, as educators adapt to the pressures of remote learning.
“WNYLRC - Ask the Lawyer RAQs.” Responsive Image, www.wnylrc.org/ask-the-lawyer/raqs.
Copyright resources for educators:
Butler, Rebecca P. "Copyright basics & review: scenarios for the practicing school librarian." Knowledge Quest, vol. 45, no. 2, 2016, p. 8+. Gale Academic OneFile. Provided by NYS Library/NOVEL NY
“Fair Use.” Copyright Information Center, copyright.cornell.edu/fairuse.
Copyright resources for students:
"Beastie Boys Win Copyright Fight." Morning Edition, 6 June 2014. Gale In Context: Middle School. Provided by NYS Library/NOVEL NY
"Copyright." Britannica School, Encyclopædia Britannica, 6 Nov. 2020.
"copyright." The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia™, Columbia University Press, 2020. Gale In Context: Elementary. Provided by NYS Library/NOVEL NY
“Other People's Footage: Copyright & Fair Use.” Learn360, Films Media Group, 2019. Provided by W-FL BOCES with permission from Infobase
"Copyright Infringement." Gale Opposing Viewpoints Online Collection, Gale, 2018. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints. Provided by NYS Library/NOVEL NY
“Copyright: Creative Commons and Attribution.” Learn360, Films Media Group, 2018. Provided by W-FL BOCES with permission from Infobase