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Crash Course in Copyright

        

Crash Course in Copyright

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An extensive introduction to copyright issues: Fair Use, how to get permissions, working with multimedia presentations, and digital works. Includes a series of presentations on copyright topics. "Rules of thumb" are within the University of Texas system context.
Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: February 16, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 21, 2011
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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Technical Requirements: Web browser; no frames, forms, or scripting.
Language: English
Material Version: 22 May 2000
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Avatar for Jon Drucker
3 years ago

Jon Drucker (Librarian)

Georgia Harper presented this in Phil Doty's Information Policy course I took in library school at UT-Austin in 1997. In this updated version she gives one of the best overviews of a topic that continues to baffle even experts in the field. I'd recommend this to any librarian who deals with copyright issues, even tangentally.  I briefly used this in an info literacy class when discussing citations, copyright, fair use, and plagiarism.

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