For additional resources pertaining to fair use, please visit the UCF General Counsel’s website, but, in reading these materials or the legal resources posted on the UCF General Counsel’s website, please keep in mind that they do not constitute, and should not be considered a substitute for, specific legal advice. The resolution of legal issues frequently hinges on slight changes in the facts and circumstances, and your particular situation may well be different from those described in these materials. If UCF faculty and/or staff members encounter legal questions within the course of their employment, including those pertaining to copyright law and/or the university’s guidelines with respect to fair use, they should contact the UCF Office of the General Counsel. UCF students should contact Office of Scholarly Communication at the John C. Hitt Library.
Additional Resources and Guidelines
- Circular 21 (in PDF)
- CONFU (Conference on Fair Use)
- CONTU (Commission on New Technological Uses)
- Copyright Clearance Center
- U.S. Copyright Office