Copyright: Best Practices for Academic Libraries

Copyright

Best Practices for Academic Libraries
 
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ISBN13:9781538168219
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Copyright issues continue to perplex librarians and educators. The difficulties and confusion in applying the U.S. Copyright Act became especially apparent when Covid hit and many universities turned to remote learning. This book provides advice on how to analyze and apply the law to specific areas encountered by librarians and instructors.

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Finally: a plain-language guide to best practices for the complex world of copyright management in academic libraries.

Copyright issues continue to perplex librarians and educators. The difficulties and confusion in applying the U.S. Copyright Act became especially apparent when Covid hit and many universities turned to remote learning as their primary method of instruction. Librarians and educators struggled with applying the law for both remote learners and students who were on site. This book provides advice on how to analyze and apply the copyright law to specific areas encountered by librarians and instructors.

Coverage includes:

  • Controlled digital lending is a very hot issue and confusing to many as to how copyright could apply in those situations
  • remote learning do?s and don?ts? is at the forefront of copyright concerns which was highlighted during the pandemic
  • The application of copyright to music in light of recent changes to the U.S. Copyright Act has caused much confusion. Analysis of the new law and strategies on how to include music in a curriculum as well as how libraries can provide access and preservation of musical works.
  • Open access initiatives have become increasingly popular. However, open access does not mean that there is no copyright attached to the works.
  • The use of data is exploding as are the copyright issues associated with it. We will examine the issues and provide options.

Written by Donna L. Ferullo, the Director of the University Copyright Office at Purdue University who holds both law and library science degrees and Dwayne K. Buttler, the Evelyn J. Schneider Endowed Chair for Scholarly Communication at the University of Louisville, who also holds a law degree. Both Ferullo and Buttler have many years of experience advising their universities on copyright law.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Table of Cases

Preface

  1. Introduction to Copyright ? Donna L. Ferullo
  2. Copyright, Torts, and Property, Oh My! - Dwayne K. Buttler
  3. A Practical Guide to Copyright, Contracts, and Licenses in Libraries ? Sandra Aya Enimil
  4. Welcome to the Public Domain ? Melissa Levine and Raven Lanier
  5. Fair Use ? Nancy Sims
  6. Face to Face Instruction, Remote Learning, and the Copyright Conundrum ? Pia M. Hunter
  7. Interlibrary Loan ? Lisa A. Macklin
  8. E-Reserves ? Laura Burtle
  9. Archives and Copyright ? Hope O?Keeffe
  10. Audio-Visual Works ? Brandon Butler
  11. Images ? Peter Hirtle
  12. Music Copyright and Libraries? Kathleen DeLaurenti, Eric Harbeson, and Naz Pantaloni
  13. Introducing Software Copyright for Academic Libraries ? Brandon Butler
  14. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act or the DMCA ? Nate Wise
  15. Controlled Digital Lending: Best Practices for Academic Libraries ? Kyle K. Courtney and David R. Hansen
  16. Best Practices in Copyright for Open Access? Will Cross and Sara Kittleson
  17. Text and Data Mining: Negotiating Computational Access to Library Resources ? Katie Zimmerman
  18. International Copyright Considerations ? Rina Elster Pantalony
  19. Brick by Brick: Establishing Copyright Services at Universities ? Emilie Algenio, Carla Myers, and Donna L. Ferullo
  20. Conclusion ? Donna L. Ferullo and Dwayne K. Buttler

Index

About the Editors

About the Contributors