Copyright for schools: a practical guide
A great deal has changed in the world since the first edition of this book was published in 1994. Despite the importance and success of that publication, the author has since concluded that more practical "real life" examples were needed.Many of the examples included in this book came about through the author's contact with librarians and teachers around the country. Simpson has responded to those issues, and also provides additional information on the correct and legal way to use multimedia resources. She also details the importance of complete school involvement - from building principal to the board of education. The 2nd edition of this much needed book covers just about all the copyright problems and issues one could encounter.
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