This is the "Getting Permission" page of the "Copyright Law for Educators" guide.
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Copyright Law for Educators   Tags: copyright, copyright_educators, copyright_law  

This guide should help you with the do's and don'ts of copyright law as it pertains to teachers and educational use.
Last Updated: Feb 8, 2010 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Getting Permission Print Page

Permission Vendors

You can use a paid service like the Copyright Clearance Center and in many cases get an instant price for your proposed use. If the work is not in their database, they will attempt to locate the copyright holder.

Finding Copyright Owner

Finding the copyright owner can be challenging. The following links provide additional information.


Requesting Permission

You can do the research yourself to locate the copyright holder, and then write to them explaining how you will use the material. You may get permission to use the work at no cost, at a reasonable cost, at an exhorbitant cost or not at all.

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