Answered By: Franny Gaede Last Updated: Jun 22, 2022 Views: 48
Fair use is an exception to the Copyright Act.
"The fair use exception permits the reproduction of a portion of a copyrighted work without the copyright owner's permission, under certain circumstances."
For further information on what these circumstances are (they get quite in-depth), please see this link to the library's Copyright LibGuide. Questions? Contact Scholarly Communication Librarian Jennifer Coronado, firstname.lastname@example.org, at 317-940-9549 or Josh Petrusa, Irwin Library, email@example.com or 317-940-9236