ASU Resources

ASU policy on copyright and copyrighted materials

ASU Computer, Internet, and Electronic Communications Policy

ASU Libraries Copyright Information

ASU Libraries Copyright Information – Fair Use

ASU Online TEACH Act

ASU Office of General Counsel

ASU Online TEACH Act 1 hour Seminar
Offered Quarterly

ASU Libraries: Copyright and MOOCS

Copyright Law

“Limitations on Exclusive Rights: Exemption of Certain Performances and Displays” U.S. Code. Title 17, Sec.110 (2)
also known as The TEACH Act

“Limitations on Exclusive Rights: Fair Use” U.S. Code. Title 17, Sec.107
also known as Fair Use.

Examples of other Universities addressing the TEACH Act

Ball State University

Colorado State University

Colorado State TEACH Act Checklist

Columbia University Copyright Advisory Office
This is an excellent resource regarding Fair Use. TEACH Act, and copyrighted media for use in education.

North Carolina State Univeristy

Stanford University Copyright and Fair Use

University of Texas

Creative Commons Links

Creative Commons

Creative Commons for Education

Search the Flickr Creative Commons

Other TEACH Act Resources

American Libraries Association
Distance Education and the TEACH Act

Educause Resources

Letter for Copyright Permission
Sample letter for Requesting Copyright Permission
Thanks to Duke University Libraries and Scholarly Communications Officer Kevin Smith

New York Public Library – Digital Gallery
NYPL Digital Gallery provides free and open access to over 800,000 images digitized from the The New York Public Library’s vast collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, photograph sand more.

Arkive Photo and Video– With the help of the world’s best wildlife filmmakers and photographers, conservationists and scientists, we are creating an awe-inspiring record of life on Earth. Freely accessible to everyone and preserved for the benefit of future generations, ARKive is a truly invaluable resource for conservation, education and public awareness.

Can I Stream It?
A website where you can search any movie or TV title to find out it is available in an online streaming format. Searches popular internet video websites such as Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and others.

Other websites that are listed as offering free and license free images

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

What is your course ID? (e.g., ASU101)

Who is your assigned Instructional Designer from ASU Online?

How many videos/recordings do you have planned for this session?

Select a studio for your recording.

Requested Appointment Date

Requested Appointment Time (9AM-4PM Mon-Fri)

Please list exactly how you want your name to appear in the video.

Any additional notes?