On Fair Use
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Numerous how-to guides and other resources for making fair-use back-ups of DVDs.
SCMS Public Policy Committee’s statement on fair use and teaching.
Several “best practices” statements related to fair use and media studies.
A a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use.
Handy chart showing when various films/TV programs/etc. enter the public domain. Created by Peter B. Hirtle, Cornell University.
A public media archive and fair use advocacy network that supports the transformative reuse of media in scholarly and creative contexts.
The definitive DVD backup resource. Numerous guides explain how to make Fair-Use copies of DVD video.
Frequently Asked Questions about the 2009 educational exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Defending freedom in the digital world.
Kristin Thompson makes the case for the fair use of frame grabs in academic publications.
A quick guide to fair use.
Eric Faden’s humorous, yet informative, [video] review of copyright principles.
Index of fair-use resources prepared by Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis.
How to make fair-use frame grabs.
An international student movement for free culture. The mission of the Free Culture movement is to build a bottom-up, participatory structure to society and culture, rather than a top-down, closed, proprietary structure.
A guide to creating a high definition 1080p MP4 file with H.264 video from a Blu-ray disc, for the purposes of media education.
Explanation of the right of media academics to rip clips from DVDs.
Dr. Ralph Beliveau, University of Oklahoma
A U.S. public-interest advocacy organization dedicated to fortifying and defending an information commons.
A “Statement of Best Practices” for film and TV instructors to clarify some of the issues concerning the permissible use of media for teaching.