Brad Templeton, a private citizen with a lot of internet background, posts the ten most common myths about copyright, with explanations and additional links. The sidebar does have links to his published materials, which are available for purchase.
Presentation in PowerPoint about copyright and fair use. (If you need a viewer because you do not have PowerPoint installed on your computer, please click here to go to the Technology page to find links to download a viewer for your PC or MAC.)
Basic informationabout using information and material found on the internet and fromother sources. This link will give you some ideas about what isacceptable and what is could be considered inappropriate, illegal, orplagiarized use of resources.
Scroll through these topics for a vairety of information on different copyright issues; the other two UF links are probably contained in the several pages of this link. One of the topics is about copyright and YouTube.
Much of the information, as well as the links on this page, were first posted at the Lee Summit, Missouri school district website. Many hours have been put into gathering these links; many hours have been saved by using the resources from this site. In fairness, it is necessary to not only note the source of many of these resources, but to also mention the gratitude of the many educators who benefit from their resources.