There is perhaps no more contentious of an issue on our colleges campuses today than copyright. It affects every constituency: faculty, staff and students, and every aspect of our missions: teaching, research and outreach. More important, higher education is a cauldron containing voices from many perspectives, producers and consumers of intellectual property, weighing the dissonance among current market models, the law, new technologies and social norms. Articles and presentations attempt an understanding of the law, current issues and role that higher education plays as an Internet Service Provider, often in the middle between content owners and uses. Information about and a demo of the Cornell Copyright Education Program is also included in these materials.