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Author Butler, Rebecca P., author.

Title Copyright for academic librarians and professionals / Rebecca P. Butler.

Publication Info. Chicago : ALA Editions, 2014.
©2014

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Description xvii, 278 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to copyright law : what is it and why is it important in higher education? -- Fair use : is it necessary to ask for permission? -- Public domain : is anything really free? -- Obtaining permission : in what ways can we legally obtain permission to use others' works? -- Other important copyright information : what else do we need to know in order to function legally within copyright law? -- The internet and copyright law : everything on the web is considered implied public access, right? -- DVDs, video streaming, on demand, and copyright law : are the use of these and other movie formats legal in college and university classrooms? -- Television and copyright law : what are the legalities of using television in the higher education environment? -- Computer software, handheld applications and mobile technologies, and copyright law : what's free, and what is not? -- Music and copyright law : who will know if you copy it? -- Multimedia and copyright law : can you borrow a variety of works for a production you are creating? -- Print works and copyright law : is it legal to copy print works for class at the last minute? -- Distance learning and copyright law : this is confusing! How can we share materials with our students and still comply with the law? -- Conclusion : What does all this mean for librarians and other higher education professionals?
Language English text.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Fair use : is it necessary to ask for permission? -- Public domain : is anything really free? -- Obtaining permission : in what ways can we legally obtain permission to use others' works? -- Other important copyright information : what else do we need to know in order to function legally within copyright law? -- The internet and copyright law : everything on the web is considered implied public access, right? -- Dvds, video streaming, on demand, and copyright law : are the use of these and other movie formats legal -- Television and copyright law : what are the legalities of using television in the higher education environment -- Computer software, handheld applications and mobile technologies, and copyright law : what's free, and what is not? -- Music and copyright law : who will know if you copy it? -- Multimedia and copyright law : can you borrow a variety of works for a production you are creating? -- Print works and copyright law : is it legal to copy print works for class at the last minute? -- Distance learning and copyright law : this is confusing! how can we share materials with our students and still comply with the law?
Summary A handbook on copyright law for college and university librarians, faculty, technology specialists, and more who work in higher education environments.
Subject Copyright -- United States.
Academic librarians -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Academic librarians.
Copyright.
United States.
Genre/Form Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Handbooks and manuals.
ISBN 9780838912140 (softcover : alk. paper)
0838912141 (softcover : alk. paper)
9780838919811 (pdf)