The growth of Digital Learning and the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning have increased awareness of Copyright and Fair Use in the traditional and online classroom. As educators continue to move toward increased accessibility to content and the use of digital media, knowledge of relevant laws and regulations is critical. The following resources and websites are provided to assist you with your evaluations, research, and decisions on appropriate and fair use of these media.

The Claremont Colleges Library and Claremont Graduate University Office of Information Technology reserve the right to refuse a request that would involve violation of copyright law or university policy. If OIT is unable to fulfill a request that would violate law or policy, they will provide you with guidance for resolving the situation to the best of their ability. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.

To get additional help with copyright and fair use, contact your subject matter librarian at The Claremont Colleges Library.

To create a copyright-cleared coursepack for your students to legally purchase course materials, contact the Huntley Bookstore.