Does Your Project Have a Copyright Problem?: A Decision-making Guide for Librarians

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McFarland, 1996 - 259 lappuses
How do you determine if material is copyright protected? What is fair use? Who can grant permission to use material? These are just a few of the myriad of possible copyright questions you (or a patron) may be called upon to deal with. Written for librarians by a librarian who is also an attorney, this is a step-by-step guide to making correct decisions on whatever copyright issue, large or small, that you are facing. The important elements of the law are covered in depth; flow charts provide a framework for your decision making.
 

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Applying the System to an Example
14
Introduction The Overview Chart
34
Are the Works Protected by Copyright?
44
Parts of Works
57
Reproduction
60
Public Display
77
Public Performance
89
Public Distribution
103
Fair Use
118
Permissions and Licenses
134
Using the System for a Variety of Projects
146
A Interlibrary Loan Guidelines
166
Educational Music Guidelines
172
F Notice Required on Computer Programs
186
H Title 17 United States Code
205
Index
257

Derivative Works
115

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Par autoru (1996)

Mary Jensen Brandt is director of the Law Library and assistant professor of law at the University of Mississippi.

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