The Center for the Study of the Public Domain was founded to promote scholarship on the public domain and its importance to science and culture. The Center advocates a more balanced intellectual property system. The Center’s site includes informational resources including a copyright law basics comic book entitled Tales from the Public Domain: BOUND BY LAW?
The Center for Social Media, American University, School of Communications’ Fair Use and Free Speech Resources pages focuses on fair use issues affecting independent and documentary filmmakers. The site includes a link to Documentary Filmmaker's Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use.
The Copyright Clearance Center, a not-for-profit company offering collective copyright licensing services. A six-minute streaming and downloadable video, Copyright on Campus, corrects some common misconceptions about copyright in educational settings. CCC offers downloadable white papers on copyright issues in Using Course Management Systems, Using Electronic Reserves, and Interlibrary Loan.
Look up bills, congressional testimony, etc.
Find proposed rule changes and track/submit comments.
Hint: you may get more relevant results by using the advanced search screen and selecting Copyright Office or Copyright Royalty Board.
NACUA’s site features selected judicial decisions and other documents relevant to universities, including current copyright cases.