While browsing the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign website, I stumbled across the University Library Copyright page. The page provides a very nice summary on how scholars can better manage their intellectual property (and why they need to do so), including a list of resources for additional information.
Texas A&M just concluded a series of Information Seminars, which included information regarding copyright. I feel very fortunate to be able to work with Gail Clement, who gave a wonderful presentation on copyright and educational fair use. The feedback from students on this single topic was tremendous, with several noting how important it is for them to have this information early in their graduate careers. I believe we, in the library and graduate college, have a great opportunity to impact these young scholars by raising awareness of, and imparting skills to enable them to better mange, their intellectual property.