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Copyright, Fair Use and the Digital Age in Academic Libraries: A Review of the Literature
(SJSU ScholarWorks, San José State University, 2014-12)
Copyright law in the United States has gained a certain notoriety for its complexity and ambiguity, which has only been compounded by the evolution (or, some would say, revolution) of print resources to electronic resources. ...
Teaching Copyright Law through Participatory Involvement in an Unconference Setting
An “unconference” is an attempt by librarians and other professionals to work outside of the traditional conference model. Presenters are encouraged to break out of traditional modes of presentation and try new methods of ...