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Copyright and Fair Use: Copyright Web Sites and Organizations

Scolarly Publishing

SPARC – Resources for Authors. By the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition

Other Purdue University Agreements

Authors at Purdue University-West Lafayette, Purdue Fort Wayne, and Purdue Northwest are included in the agreement, which includes unlimited, no-fee publishing for Purdue corresponding authors in 12 PLOS journals: PLOS Biology, PLOS Climate, PLOS Computational Biology, PLOS Digital Health, PLOS Genetics, PLOS Global Public Health, PLOS Medicine, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, PLOS ONE, PLOS Pathogens, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation, and PLOS Water.

Purdue University Northwest Library has recently acquired IGI Global Social Sciences and Humanities e-Book Collection A Collection of 1,650+ e-Books in Emerging Areas of Social Sciences and Humanities, Including Human-Computer Interaction, Cyber Behavior, Digital Literacy, and More. Focusing on all aspects of social sciences, this subject collection provides timely content published by social scientists and researchers. Any faculty’s published work in IGI Global publications will be considered for immediate conversion to Open Access (CC BY License), at no additional cost to the library or its faculty (cost only applies to the e-Collection content being acquired), through IGI Global’ s  popular Transformative Open Access (Read & Publish) Initiative.

Copyright Web Sites

Copyright Crash Course  University of Texas Austin

LibraryLaw.com

A History of Copyright in the U.S.

Budapest Open Access Initiative

Changes in Laws Governing Protection of IP Rights Around World – by Ladas & Parry

Conservation Online – Resources for Conservation Professionals, Stanford University Libraries

Copyright Clearance Center

Copyright Basics from Library of Congress

Copyright Resources

Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the U.S. from Peter B. Hirtle

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) Intellectual Property Page

Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School

European Commission‘s Copyright site

European Intellectual Property Links From the Law Office Ralph Beier

Law in the Information Society Links and articles from Duke University Law School Professor James Boyle

LibLicense From the Yale University Library information and forms for licensing digital materials.

Lotus v. Borland analysis and briefs from Jesse Feder

The WATCH File (Writers And Their Copyright Holders) Contains primarily the names and addresses of copyright holders or contact persons for English-language authors whose papers are housed, in whole or in part, in libraries and archives in North America and the United Kingdom.

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

Fair Use and Multi Media Sites

Copyright and Art Issues Copyright Information collected by Christine L. Sundt of the University of Oregon.

US Agencies and Publishing