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Copyright conversations : rights literacy in a digital world

Author: Sara R Benson; Kenneth D Crews; Association of College and Research Libraries,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2019 ©2019
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As the scholarly communications universe continues to change and expand, it's increasingly important for librarians to understand and be able to advise on complicated copyright issues in an accessible and relatable matter. Everyday copyright law affects the way academic libraries provide information to students, researchers, and faculty, as well as librarians own use of research materials. The expert copyright  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Copyright conversations.
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Reserach Libraries, 2019
(DLC) 2019951271
(OCoLC)1124854925
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sara R Benson; Kenneth D Crews; Association of College and Research Libraries,
ISBN: 9780838946558 0838946550
OCLC Number: 1123158578
Notes: "Foreword : Kenneth D. Crews."
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 401 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: "Kids these days" ... may know more about copyright than you / Nancy Simsonline resource --
Copyright law's role in advocacy and education for open access policies on campus / Colin B. Lukens, Shannon Kipphut-Smith, and Kyle K. Courtney ; Fear and fair use: addressing the affective domain / Sara R. Benson --
The origins and future of fair use/fair dealing week: why should libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions participate? / Kyle K. Courtney and Krista L. Cox --
An exercise in contradiction? The role of academic copyright librarians / Mélanie Brunet and Amanda Wakaruk --
Why every librarian should know about copyright: creating copyright training opportunities for librarians at your institution / Sarah A. Norris, Barbara Tierney, Lily Dubach --
Copyright self-study: how to know what you know, what you don't know, and how to discover what you need to know next / Allison Nowicki Estell --
"Information has value" and beyond: copyright education within and around the framework / Gesina A. Phillips --
An active learning approach to teaching copyright essentials / Malina Thiede and Jennifer Zerkee --
Online classrooms: is the TEACH Act enough? / Carla S. Myers --
But I cited it! Best practices in teaching the one-shot copyright instruction session for undergraduate students / Melanie T. Kowalski and Lisa A. Macklin --
Thesis and dissertation copyright instruction for grad students: what they should know and why they should care / Andrea L. Schuler --
"Caring about sharing": copyright and student academic integrity in the university learning management system / Roger Gillis --
Copyright essentials and information policy (policy implications for copyright law) / Carrie Russell --
Seeing the whole picture: insights into copyright risk literacy in higher education from enterprise risk management / Alexandra Kohn --
Social media and the ethics of scholarship: a call for assessment and communication of rights information, provenance, and context / Rina Elster Pantalony --
Law and literacy in non-consumptive text mining: guiding researchers through the landscape of computational text analysis / Rachael G. Samberg and Cody Hennesy --
Whose stuff is it anyway? Adopting strategies for US orphan works / Pia M. Hunter --
The international copyright regime--just enough to make you cringe / Bing Wang --
From fair dealing to fair use: how universities have adapted to the changing copyright landscape in Canada / Mark Swartz, Ann Ludbrook, Stephen Spong, and Graeme Slaght --
Interlibrary loan and copyright in Italy: a case study of the Bocconi University Library / Anna Vaglio
Responsibility: edited by Sara R. Benson

Abstract:

"As the scholarly communications universe continues to change and expand, it's increasingly important for librarians to understand and be able to advise on complicated copyright issues in an accessible and relatable matter. Everyday copyright law affects the way academic libraries provide information to students, researchers, and faculty, as well as librarians own use of research materials. The expert copyright librarians collected in Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World address complex legal issues at the intersection of copyright and information literacy. Four sections--Copyright Librarians' Role and Advocacy, Education, Research and Policy, and International Issues--provide detailed explanations of the issues and considerations and offer prescriptive tips and advice for teaching and applying the information."--Provided by publisher

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