Writing Resources from Fifteen Minutes of Fiction
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copyrighted. As a result, it is a good idea to assume materials such as documents, images, or video clips
are copyrighted. Educators can avoid copyright violations and legally use copyrighted materials if they
understand and comply with the fair use guidelines. If you believe, after you review this document, that
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