A few weeks ago, Library Futures released their 2022 Annual Report, which is a website that links to other resources. Library Futures had an amazing 2022 including submitting 3 amicus briefs, hosting 18 webinars, and producing 3 research papers.
One thing that caught my eye is that:
Community Fellow Emily Finch converted the American Library Association Conference copyright booth into a portable Open Educational Resource that can be used anywhere.
You know that copyright questions often fall into specific categories and this handout captures that idea, while also provide using advice and pointing to other resources.
Yes, use it! It's an Open Education Resource (OER), which means it is meant to be used and shared.