This guide provides information on the exceptions most relevant to academia. These include fair use and the TEACH Act. Other exceptions include library services, first sale doctrine, public displays, face-to-face teaching, distance learning, noncommercial performances, backup copying of computer software, pictures or representations of architectural works, and special formats for visual impairment or other disabilities.
Crews, K. D. (2012). Copyright law for librarians and educators: Creative strategies and practical solutions (3rd ed.), p. 45. American Library Association.