By LeEtta Schmidt, University of South Florida Libraries
One of your research sources makes a provocative statement with authority and insight. You quote this source in your latest article to illustrate how other scholars are analyzing your topic. You have copied and reprinted part of their work, but copyright law makes an exception for this fair use.
A news article reports an event and witness insight that would benefit the students in your class, and help them fully engage with the course content. You share a portion of this article with your class. You have made copies and distributed the work, but copyright law makes an exception for this type fair use.
Read the full blog: https://lib.usf.edu/edlibreport/2021/02/09/fair-use-week-2021/