COPYRIGHT resources from
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Big Myths about copyright explained – Brad Templeton
Copyright Law for the Digital Library Framework of Rights and Exceptions –Kenneth D. Crews, Indiana School of Law
How Much of Someone Else's Work May I Use Without Asking Permission? The Fair Use Doctrine - Part II – Lloyd L. Rich
The Law of Fair Use and the Illusion of Fair Use Guidelines – Kenneth Crews
Balancing Copyright Concerns: The TEACH Act 2001 – Laura Gassaway
Laura Gasaway's TEACH Act Comparison Chart
Comparative analysis of issues between the previous law and the new TEACH Act; also contrasts new and old Sections 110(2) with “classroom exemption” for face-to-face instruction.