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Copyright & Intellectual Property: Issues, Law, & Services   Suggest a Link
"The Amistad case: 'Outright Plagiarism' or 'Who Owns History?' " ("site devoted to the Amistad incident and Supreme Court case [1841] ['the first civil rights case in American jurisprudence'], as well as the new Spielberg movie on the same topic and the court controversy surrounding that film") (Michael
Dan L. Burk (School of Law, Seton Hall U.), "Ownership of Electronic Course Materials in Higher Education" (1997) (Cause/Effect)
Copyright Act of 1976, as Amended 
Copyright and Intellectual Property (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)
Copyright: Documents, Statements, Reports & Other Links (Visual Resources Assoc.)
Copyright and Image Management (extensive, detailed guide to copyright issues relevant to academic text and image work) (Georgia Harper, Office of General Counsel, U. Texas System)
Copyright Clearance Center Online ("not-for-profit organization created at the suggestion of Congress to help organizations like yours comply with U.S. copyright law. Through its collective licensing programs, CCC provides authorized users with a lawful means for making photoco
"Copyright and Fair Use in the Digital Age: Q&A with Peter Lyman" (Educom Review)
The Copyright Website (P. J. Benedict O'Mahoney)
Esther Dyson, "Intellectual Value" (1994) (HotWired)
Educational Fair Use Guidelines for Digital Images (Georgia Harper, Office of General Counsel, U. Texas System)
John S. Erickson (Darmouth U.)
"Can Fair Use Survive our Information-based Future?" 
"A Copyright Management System for Networked Interactive Multimedia" 
"Fair Use in the Electronic Age: Serving the Public Interest" (Working Document) (Amer. Assoc. of Law Libraries, Amer. Library Assoc., Assoc. of Academic Health Sciences Library Directors, Assoc. of Research Libraries, Medical Library Assoc, Special Libraries Assoc.)
Intellectual Property Issues (Assoc. for Research Libraries)
Intellectual Property: Online Resources (Wendy Gale Robinson, U. North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Duke U.)
Intellectual Property (Web site for the Society for Critical Exchange project on this topic; includes info on the conference, related publications, and links)
Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure (requires the freeware
Intellectual Property Magazine 
Ann Okerson (Sterling Library, Yale U. / Office Of Scientific And Academic Publishing At The Assoc. Of Research Libraries)
"Whose Article Is It Anyway? Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues for Researchers in the 90s" (1996) 
"With Feathers: Effects of Ownership on Scholarly Publishing" (1991) (Yale U. Library)
P. J. Benedict O'Mahoney, "Fair Use Test" 
TeleRead ("TeleRead is a nonpartisan plan to get electronic books into American homes--through a national digital library and small, sharp-screened computers--in an era of declining literacy"; emphasis on copyright-law barriers to e-literacy)

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