Copyright in School Libraries
Library Association, Jan 1, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 89 pages
This guide covers copyright and licensing issues in primary and secondary schools, whether run by a local authority or financially independent. It is designed to be a tool for staff working in the school sector and school resource centres who need to know about copyright and licensing.
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Preface to the fourth edition
Guidance on the main provisions of the Act
Exceptions to exclusive rights
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