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An online research management platform including a bibliography composer and note-taking features.
What is it?
NoodleTools is a resource that allows students to evaluate resources, build accurate citations, archive source material, take notes, outline topics, and prepare to write. it generates accurate MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian references with options to annotate and archive lists of documents. It offers a visual 'tabletop' to manipulate, tag and pile notecards, then connect them in outlines to prepare for writing. Why use it?
Use this resource if you are looking for an all-in-one resource to assist with note-taking, citations, and pre-writing projects.
Test your copyright knowledge with three true/false 10-question quizzes available through copyrightlaw.com. The topics of the quizzes are: general copyright knowledge, copyright law myths and facts, and international copyright principles.
The Digital Image Rights Computator, created by the Visual Resource Association, is an interactive tool that allows you to check if using a certain image is permissible. The user answers a series of five "yes" or "no" questions and the DIRC computes whether or not it falls under Fair Use.
This tool will guide instructors through the educational exemptions with U.S. Copyright Law. Simply answer each question to understand copyright compliance for use of materials in traditional and online classes.
This Fair Use Evaluator tool, created by Michael Brewer and the ALA Office of Information Technology, was designed to determine Fair Use by going through an interactive series of questions to decide on its level of fairness. There is also a PDF document that can be printed for documentation and record-keeping.
View this interactive tool created by the Library of Congress titled "Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright - Files On Record" to discover more about the history of copyright. From the 15th Century until now, see how copyright has evolved throughout the years.
Do you want to know what the copyright status is of specific work first published in the United States? Use this digital slider to help you determine what publication years are considered to be in the public domain.
Acadia University Library created a series of modules on information literacy, and this particular module focuses on plagiarism. This interactive tutorial allows you to select a student character to follow through a series of plagiarism scenario questions in the classroom.