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Communication and Journalism

Reference Books on this Topic

Encyclopedia of communication and information / edited by Jorge Reina Schement.   

Call Number: P87.5 .E53 2002

Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing

Call Number: Z286 .E43 C65 2003

Complete copyright : an everyday guide for librarians / Carrie Russell, [editor].

Call Number: Ref KF2995 .C57 2004

 

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To find books in the Rider library collection on this and related subtopics, go to the online catalog's Subject search page and enter (or cut and paste) any of the following subject headings.

Fair use (Copyright)--United States

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Web Sites on this Topic

Code of Best Practices In Fair Use for Media Literacy Education

National Council of Teachers of English

Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video (American University)

It is possible to create dynamic and culturally relevant video productions, works that incorporate pre-existing creations made by others without running afoul of Copyright law.   This page contains Teaching Materials, Codes, other documents, and a video intended to educate about the complex topic of fair use for copyrighted materials.

Computer and Communications Industry Association. "Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use." September 2007

Copyright and Fair Use (Stanford Univ. Libraries)

"Emphasis is on copyright issues especially relevant to the education and library community, including examples of fair use and policies. Useful copyright charts and tools are continually added to help users evaluate copyright status and best practices.  Featured cases include full text of court documents of district court cases that The Center for Internet and Society Fair Use Project is involved with as well as other cases of high interest."

Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials by Georgia Harper

The Copyright Crash Course, University of Texas at Austin Libraries

A guide to the circumstances of fair use

University of Texas Systems Dept.

Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use

—from the US Copyright Office

A Practical Guide to Fair Use Doctrine. Signal or Noise 2K5. Harvard University

US Copyright Office: Fair Use


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"Emphasis is on copyright issues especially relevant to the education and library community, including examples of fair use and policies. Useful copyright charts and tools are continually added to help users evaluate copyright status and best practices.  Featured cases include full text of court documents of district court cases that The Center for Internet and Society Fair Use Project is involved with as well as other cases of high interest."

For other Web sites that may treat this subject, see page under the "Web Sites" tab