Largely taken from Richard Stim's book, Getting Permission, (2007), with commentary from the NOLO website, this section of Stanford's website defines fair use, indicates how fair use is measured, and provides summaries of fair use cases.
Aimed at the UT System community, this excellent treatment of fair use offers short, easy to read "rules of thumb" for the fair use of such materials as coursepacks, image archives, multimedia works, music, in distance learning, and for digital reserves.
More than 150 media literacy experts across the USA, led by Renee Hobbs, Peter Jaszi, and Patricia Aufderheide, contributed to this 24-page report compiled in 2008 to help educators using a broad range of media understand the doctrine of fair use. Identifies five principles that define the media literacy education community's body of acceptable fair use practices.
In 2008, Committee Co-Chairs, Peter Jaszi and Patricia Aufderheide, led a team of eleven experts to produce this code aimed at helping those involved or interested in the making of online videos interpret the doctrine of fair use.