Copyright laws can be intimidating, but it's important to understand your rights as both users of materials and as creators of new artistic or scholarly works.
These resources can help you to understand the basics of copyright, and find units on campus to help support your copyright questions:
As artists, scholars, and non-profit managers, one of your most useful tools is the doctrine of Fair Use. Fair use is built into U.S. copyright law and identifies certain conditions where copyrighted materials may be used, even without permission or payment to a copyright holder.
These resources can help you to understand fair use conditions for a number of situations, including teaching, scholarly/museum publishing, and making new creative works.