This entertaining site from the UCLA Library helps readers understand the elaborate case law of intellectual property through illustrations, quizzes, and colorful text boxes. After perusing the homepage, readers may like to explore the various sections of the site. The first, Intellectual Property, includes 15 subsections that explain the basics of copyright, fair use, patents, trademarks, and other related topics before offering a quiz to help readers maximize their learning. Need a File, Share a File delves into copyright as related to the ever more common practice of file sharing, while Citing and Documenting Sources provides an excellent primer on how to avoid plagiarism and how to properly cite various types of media. For readers working in a college context, this sterling resource from UCLA libraries can provide students and professors with everything they need to know about intellectual property in academia.