The United States Copyright Act of 1976 was enacted to protect the rights of authors and to promote the progress of arts and sciences. Inspired by this vision, we strive to respect copyright out of respect for our own authors and the scholarly community. Here you can learn how to avoid misusing copyrighted materials, know when fair use applies, and get help finding worry-free resources.
The easiest way to avoid copyright infringement is to not make a copy. A copy includes both a paper copy and digital copy.
Consider these best practices before making multiple copies for your class:
How to contact publishers to get permission: