Many library copyright experts believe that the current crisis means educators can rely on fair use more than ever. The first and fourth factors, in particular, may weigh more heavily in educators' favor in the current circumstances.
You are free to reproduce and remix copyrighted materials if your use of the materials can be considered a "fair use." Copyright law offers four factors to determine whether your use is "fair" or not:
According to LBCC Administrative Rules, each person is held individually responsible for following the established copyright policy and administrative rules. At LBCC, the Library has additional permissive uses of copyrighted materials. These provisions are contained in Section 108 of the US Copyright Law.
LBCC Policies Related to Copyright
For additional information please refer to LBCC's related Administrative Rules:
If you are a faculty member with questions about the ownership of your works, refer to the intellectual property section of your faculty contract.