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Copyright FAQ: A Forum for Faculty

Duke's Scholarly Communications Officer addresses questions about copyright in the classroom

Copyright FAQ: A Forum for Faculty
Tuesday, 24 October, 3:00pm, Perkins Library, Perkins 226 (this is a room change from previous announcements)
Duke's Scholarly Communications Office is sponsoring this forum, which will address specific questions from attendees as well as more general questions about copyright in the classroom:

What is protected by copyright, and what is not?
When is something in the public domain?
How is an image or a piece of music different from text?
Why does the format make a difference for copyright?
How does the TEACH Act change what instructors are allowed to do?
When is an instructional use Fair Use? Why is Fair Use so uncertain?

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Posted 18 October 2006
 

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