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AL Live—Libraries and COVID-19: Considering Copyright During a Crisis, Part 2, Resources Shared in Chat (April 2020)

  1. 1. AL Live—Libraries and COVID-19: Considering Copyright During a Crisis, Part 2 Resources Shared in Chat • From Jill Hurst-Wahl, one of the panelists: o “1)Fair Use, https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107 o 2) This page on intellectual property (and copyright) might be of interest to people, https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Intellectual_property o 3) Here is the guide written for Syracuse University, https://copyright.syr.edu/wp- content/uploads/2015/09/SU-Copyright-Guide-2015.pdf “ • “Kanopy offers to open just part of the collection, so it can be very helpful because once the video is invoiced, the use is unlimited the rest of the year. Check their site:” https://www.kanopy.com/ • “[Stanford] Libraries provide streaming access to a variety of services that make video, film, and television titles available to the Stanford community for research and instruction. This page provides links to several of these services for searching or browsing through broad subject categories:” https://library.stanford.edu/collections/streaming-media-collections • “I have received this (public) document with a lot of very useful information [on Publisher Access Changes during this crisis]:” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqjcSrRPPNpPj7K4B1pUQdCbznSIyLznPKGd4d ZwJ6s/edit# • “Cornell has a great set of resources, including a Fair Use checklist:” https://copyright.cornell.edu/fairuse • “Today, Springshare shared with us this hub info:” https://covid19hub.nshealth.ca/covid- 19 • “The Copyright Clearance Center has issued an Education Continuity License for Copyright Permissions for Educational Use:” https://www.copyright.com/pardot-landing- page/education-continuity-license/ • “Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research:” http://infojustice.org/archives/42126 • “SLJ posted this article with reporting information to the publishers for virtual story times:” https://www.slj.com/?detailStory=publishers-adapt-policies-to-help-educators- coronavirus-covid19 • “You can show Netflix produced documentaries that follow these guidelines from Netflix:” https://help.netflix.com/en/node/57695 • “Public Librarians: regarding storytimes, then there's this:” https://programminglibrarian.org/articles/online-story-time-coronavirus-it%E2%80%99s- fair-use-folks
  2. 2. • “Here are the Amazon Prime Video terms of use:” https://www.primevideo.com/help?nodeId=202095490 • “Amazon streaming rights help (requires login):” • https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/contact-us/digital-video.html • “For a "crash course" [on Creative Commons], go to Creative Commons Certificate resources page:” https://certificates.creativecommons.org/about/certificate-resources-cc- by/ • “Info re: VIVA, whole eBook ILL is available:” https://vivalib.org/c.php?g=836990&p=6096678 • “Our medical librarians and students put this together; it's freely accessible:” https://library.shu.edu/COVID19_elective/BestPractice

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