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Instructions on how to create a permanent URL to take students directly to an article in a library subscribed database. Linking means no copy, therefore no copyright issue. (Plus, the library looks at access stats when it's time for subscription renewals to see what resources are being used.)
Curriculum for teaching kids and teens about copyright and fair use. Electronic Freedom Foundation's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way.
Copyright 101 -- v. 2. Copyright works in the classroom -- v. 3. Copyright, research & publication -- v. 4. Copyright and fair use -- v. 5. Copyright and the library, medica center and AV department -- v. 6. DMCA - the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in detail -- v. 7. Managing education uses of copyright works -- v. 8. The DMCA and online service provider limitation on liability -- v. 9. The DMCA and digital distance education (the TEACH Act) -- v. 10. Copyright for students and parents.