12 edition of The copyright primer for librarians and educators found in the catalog.
|Statement||Janis H. Bruwelheide.|
|Contributions||Reed, Mary Hutchings.|
|LC Classifications||Z649.F35 B78 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||95017840|
Tomas Lipinski, a library educator, licensed attorney, and frequent presenter of copyright workshops, offers this comprehensive guide to copyright liability issues specifically aimed at libraries and information centers. This guide is a librarian's primer for copyright risk management. The book was selected as the award winner for its unique approach to the copyright law, emphasizing the role of K librarians in maximizing fair use through critical thinking rather than focusing on arbitrary guidelines and old institutional policies.
Understanding copyright law will enable librarians to honor both the proprietary and public interest components of copyright, while using to full advantage new electronic information : Elna Saxton. Q: Thank you for updating the copyright overview on this site. What are the most important changes that you want us to know? A: Because the update reflects changes from through it includes a few decisions that readers may be familiar with such as the Google book scanning decision (Author’s Guild v.
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More than twice the size of its predecessor, this handy resource and working guide focuses on copyright questions, particularly fair use issues, faced by librarians and educators on a daily by: Get this from a library. The copyright primer for librarians and educators.
[Mary Hutchings Reed] -- Guide for librarians and educators discussing the copyright laws and presenting questions and answers. Get this from a library.
The copyright primer for librarians and educators. [Janis H Bruwelheide; Mary Hutchings Reed] -- Building on the handy question-and-answer format introduced in the first edition, Bruwelheide adds commentary on critical developments of.
This guide provides a concise overview of current copyright law and its interpretations, particularly for classroom educators, librarians, school media specialists, and their constituents. Building on the question-and-answer format introduced in the first edition, the second edition adds commentary on critical developments of the last eight years, especially those related to video Cited by: 1.
This book, originally published inis an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about copyright laws and guidelines. Along with excellent general copyright instruction, this book presents copyright information for specific materials as well as for specific by: 5.
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LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Mary Hutchings Reed. Through real-life examples, ALA copyright expert Russell illustrates how librarians can be advocates for a fair and balanced copyright law and provides guidance The copyright primer for librarians and educators book.
Librarians and information professionals have ethical and legal responsibilities not only to their users, but also to the information they make available—including the copyrighted materials they license, loan, digitize, and deliver.
Tomas Lipinski, a library educator, licensed attorney, and frequent presenter of copyright workshops, offers this comprehensive guide to copyright. This work helps to overcome some of the confusion Extremely readable, this is an excellent resource (A)n overview of various aspects of copyright law, such as fair use, library copying off-air taping electronic environments, computer software, multimedia and distance education each overview is followed by questions and answers which 3/5.
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The book was selected as the award winner for its unique approach to the copyright law, emphasizing the role of K librarians in maximizing fair use through critical thinking rather than focusing on arbitrary guidelines and old institutional policies. medium, but a copyright owner can take steps to enhance the protections of copyright, the most important of which is registering the work.
Although registering a work is not mandatory, for. Whether you work in a library, school, business or government agency, and whether you create, publish, share or consume copyright-protected materials, this copyright law principles quiz will help you determine where you need to learn more about copyright law.
Copying workbook pages is breaking copyright UNLESS you read copyright statements which permit you to make legal copies up to the number of students in a classroom. READ the copyright information published in the book Sometimes copying workbook pages is allowed.
That is why they are made and sold at very cheap rates to be "consumed". This means that if you own the copyright to a particular book, no one else can copy or adapt that book without your permission (with important caveats, which we will get to later in Section ).
Keep in mind there is an important difference between being the copyright holder of a novel and controlling how a particular authorized copy of the. The book is based on hundreds of questions from educators and school librarians who are constantly facing copyright issues related to classroom teaching, the Internet, music, research, non-classroom activities and school library/media centre operations.
Movies & Films. Section (1) of U.S. Code Title 17 states, that as long as the copy for use was legally obtained, films and movies may be used in classroom instruction. Movies purchased by the instructor, rented from a store, checked out from Pickler Memorial Library, or accessed from Truman’s Films On Demand account can be used in the face-to-face classroom setting for instructional purposes.Nature: Remember that creative works like photography or painting are more susceptible to claims of infringement by the copyright owner.
Amount: If making copies of art work yourself to show in share with class or post to the web, consider that fair use always favors small amounts, such as a few photographs from a collection as opposed to the.Concordia University Irvine Concordia West Irvine, CA, USA () [email protected]