An increasing number of academics, especially librarians, find that they need to teach at least the basics of copyright law and its application to a wide variety of audiences. Copyright is a complex and counter-intuitive body of law, so this task is often daunting. The proposed volume would therefore fill a need by combining theoretical explanation of difficult concepts with practical advice and case studies that illuminate best practices. Because copyright is taught in so many different contexts – library instruction, research ethics, law schools, business schools, classes in music and the fine arts, and library science classes – the case study approach will allow this volume to delve into the practices appropriate for a diverse set of learners. This chapter will explore the ways in which librarians can assist administrators in identifying and addressing copyright issues that arise in offering library and educational services.