ARL has a website devoted to supporting librarians in educating teaching faculty about copyright on their site Know Your Copyrights: Using Copyrighted Works in the Academic Setting. The focus of this website is the use of copyrighted works by others in teaching and learning. ARL provides a customizable brochure aimed to educate faculty on copyright compliance.
ARL/SPARC has also put out information advising faculty how to retain their own copyrights for their authored work. The Author’s Rights website has many resources for authors including a downloadable brochure, powerpoint presentation and author addendum.
The Create Change initiative (also sponsored by ARL/SPARC), goes one step further by suggesting ways faculty and researchers can modify the scholarly communications paradigm. And ARL’s Scholarly Communications Toolkit offers additional supporting information to librarians and researchers.