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Applying Fair Use in Your Library

Fair Use in Your Library Almost every librarian or information professional will be responsible for applying fair use in his or her organization at some point. There is so much to learn about fair use—and, unfortunately, so much misinformation about […]

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Syllabus for eTutorial: Developing A Copyright Policy or Guidelines

Register for the next offering of our Drafting a Copyright Policy or Guidelines eTutorial from October 14 - 30, 2015. Complete a draft Copyright Policy or Guidelines guided by the

Syllabus for eTutorial: U.S. Copyright Law for Canadians

Register for the next offering of U.S. Copyright Law for Canadians (USC) eTutorial from November 12 – 18, 2015. USC is a 5 e-lesson eTutorial that discusses essential issues in U.S.


5 Things You May Not Know About U.S. Copyright Law

U.S. Copyright Law U.S. Copyright Law has so many “nooks and crannies” that it is difficult for those who create, publish and share content to understand just what’s legal

Developing a copyright policy

Developing a Copyright Policy

Developing a Copyright Compliance Policy or Guidelines for Your Library or Organization A copyright compliance policy or guidelines can serve a variety of functions, from determining who owns works

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