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Copyright Compliance on Campus
January 1, 2004

This session describes a collaborative endeavor at Washburn University involving library and teaching faculty, information technology services, media services, and bookstore personnel to educate st…

Fair Use Rights and Defenses for Students in Online Learning Environments
January 1, 2004

To support their students while protecting their institutions, instructors must understand the parameters of what is permitted use versus what is infringement with respect to copyrighted material a…

Promoting Innovation and Economic Growth: The Special Problem of Digital Intellectual Property,
January 1, 2004

This CED report urges a balanced approach on digital intellectual property issues to promote economic growth. This CED report urges a balanced ap…

The Million Book Project: Confronting Copyright Absurdity, Creating Copyright Hope for Digital Libraries
January 1, 2004

This presentation will provide an overview of the impact of U.S. copyright laws on the digitization of books, describe the process of seeking copyright permission, and share the results of studies …

Reply Comments of EDUCAUSE to the U.S. Copyright Office Concerning Promotion of Distance Education Through Digital Technologies
January 1, 1999

Reply comments submitted by EDUCAUSE concerning the promotion of distance education through digital technologies. Reply comments submitted by EDUCAUSE …

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