Faculty are affected by copyright law in multiple ways. As creators of information, faculty need to be aware of the ramifications of retaining or giving away their own copyright to academic publishers. In the classroom and planning course readings for reserves, they need to think about the rights granted by fair use. In the largely digital environment we operate in, copyright and fair use are being interpreted in new ways. This website is a joint effort of the Princeton University Library, The McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning, and the Office of the General Counsel. It offers an array of resources to help staff work effectively at the University.