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Resources and information about copyright and fair use
Permission FAQs: Author Responsibilities and Copyright Guidelines courtesy of the Association of University Presses (AUP)
Copyright Basics at Copyright Clearance Center
Fair Use at U.S. Copyright Office
Copyright and Fair Use at Stanford University Libraries