It depends. Use the FAIR USE CHECKLIST to assess whether your use of copyrighted materials would qualify. Do remember that not all educational uses are covered under the fair use exemption. (Checklist is from BYU for SUU specific checklist please email email@example.com.)
Yes, librarians are research wizards and would be happy to help you find both copyrighted and openly licensed materials to use in your course. Use this list to find your subject librarian!
As with all departments and colleges, the library operates within a strict budget and must balance the interests of many stakeholders. Each subject librarian has a books and materials budget for their liaison areas; use this list to find your subject librarian to see about acquiring materials.
It depends. Videos can be used in courses under specific circumstances. Linking to out to videos is legal when using services like Kanopy and YouTube. For the use of dvds and other media in courses, please contact Rosie Liljenquist.
Anything that has been published in a fixed format is copyrighted, even if it doesn't have the symbol, including pictures. To find images for your course, use Creative Commons Search or to use Google Images select "Tools" then "Usage Rights" to see what is available for modification and reuse. In other instances, requesting permission may be required.
Remember that links are always legal. Link out to library supported materials or provide the necessary information for students to be able to find the article on their own.