Fair Use Checklist: From Columbia University, this widely regarded tool walks you through the necessary steps to determine if how you will use a resources falls within Fair Use. It has been road tested as well! In the recent "Georgia State" case, the court noted that the checklist was a good tool for faculty use.
Thinking through Fair Use: guides users through the process of determining if a use is fair. Developed by The University of Minnesota Libraries.
Fair Use Evaluator: helps users collect, organize, and document the information they may need to support a fair use claim, and provides a time-stamped PDF document for the users’ records. Developed by the American Library Association, Office for Information Technology Policy.