A Webliography of plagiarism resources including articles, information on copyright, links for instructors, links for students, plagiarism case studies, plagiarism detection tools, and examples of term paper sites.
Social bookmarking site.
The Plagiariam Court
From the Fairfield University DiMenna-Nyselius Library
What is Plagiarism?
You Quote It, You Note It!
From the Vaughan Memorial Library at Arcadia University.
Association of Research Libraries
Copyright and intellectual property policies.
Library of Congress circular (.pdf format).
The Copyright Advisory Network
CAN is a Web site, bulletin board, blog and wiki established to help librarians discuss copyright issues with colleagues facing similar concerns, share solutions, and learn more about copyright from trained copyright specialists. Pose your copyright query on the Network Forum, and trained copyright specialists - known as the CAN Scholars - will respond to your question within 48 hours. The Scholars will provide not legal advice, but informed opinion on your topic.
Copyright Basics: Fair Use
Checklist for "Fair Use"
Copyright Clearance Center
Help with obtaining permission.
Federal Copyright Office
Copyright Crash Course
Copyright information provided by the University of Texas Libraries
General information on copyright issues involving libraries.
NOLO: Law for All
A wide selection of free information on everyday legal topics.
Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act
Copyright law for distance education.