Copyright & Fair Use in the Classroom
All faculty have access to the SIPX service. SIPX is a web service that manages and distributes electronic reading lists in D2L. It allows faculty to easily assign readings from the Library's collection and beyond while maintaining copyright compliance. It is the most stable way to link to library resources.
SIPX in a Nutshell
To get started with SIPX, watch this short tutorial on how to build a reading list. You can access SIPX through the Course Builder in D2L. Feel free to contact Library faculty for electronic resources Lacey Mamak if you have any questions.
From the Copyright Clearance Center, "Jane the librarian educates her university colleagues about copyright law and its impact on the academic institution’s use of intellectual property."
A Fair(y) Use Tale (10:14)
"Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University created this humorous, yet informative, review of copyright principles delivered through the words of the very folks we can thank for nearly endless copyright terms."