Copyright and instructional technologies: a guide to fair use and permissions procedures
Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 1989 - Law - 43 pages
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agency allow apply archival copy audio audiovisual bounds of fair broadcast program cd rom classroom closed-circuit compact disc computer program computer software considered copy to guard copying permitted copyright holder copyright law copyright notice copyright owner copyright proprietor criteria database disk display distribution educational institution employee excerpts film frames Gary Becker granted Harry Fox Agency individual teacher infringement interlibrary loan lease licensing agreement licensor media center director motion picture multiple copies nonprofit educational number of copies number of students obtained off-air recordings off-air taping off-the-air performance period permission to duplicate phonorecord playback Policy Statement producer production music publishers purchased purposes read only memory request require School Board Section 107 shareware programs slide Smith Media Software Copyright specific statement mandating teaching technologies telefacsimile Title 17 types of copying United States Code vendors videocassette videocassette recorders videotape write once read