This easy to use framework walks students through how to analyze any United States copyright problem. This tool could be used to learn copyright law when applying it to given real or hypothetical situations.
This openly licensed whitepaper is all about how scholars own and use intellectual property. Thus, it covers copyright, patent, and trademark laws and explains how scholars on a university campus can engage with their own rights and the rights of others. It covers, among other things, university IP policies, the work made for hire doctrine, basic intellectual property, joint ownership of works, open access, licensing, fair use, and more. This is a great primer to discuss the legalities of academic scholarship on university campuses.