Fair Use Considerations Guides

The fair use doctrine, as codified in 17 U.S.C. 107, sets forth four factors to be considered
when evaluating whether a proposed use of a copyrighted work is a fair use and, therefore, does not require permission from the copyright holder. The legislative history of this section and court
decisions have provided further insight into the application of these factors to particular situations.

•  Cornell's Fair Use Checklist

•  Fair Use Checklist Columbia University Libraries Copyright Advisory Office

•  Thinking Through Fair Use University of Minnesota Libraries

•  LSU Libraries Fair Use Considerations Worksheet