Synopses & Reviews
Copyright Law on Campus is a concise desktop reference about a complex legal subject. Specific topics addressed include how to apply the Fair Use Doctrine and how to use materials outside of the public domain without violating federal law. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-read style, this new book includes the latest legal developments as they apply to life on campus in the digital age, and uses real court cases to explain the conflicts that arise when copyright issues are litigated.
Table of Contents
The source and nature of copyright law -- Duration of copyrights and public domain -- Copyright infringement lawsuits : The risk by infringing -- Getting permission -- The mystic doctrine of fair use -- Copyright law and the internet -- Copyright and distance education -- Copyright policies on campus.