Who owns what? How, when, and where
can it be used? As classrooms move from being geographically bound to being
intellectually bound, instructors are faced with more challenges in determining
legal use of digital material. The following resources are designed to
assist faculty, distance learning administrators, multimedia developers,
website producers, and and students navigate the murkey waters in a sea
of new copyright law.
Copyright • Fair
Use • TEACH Act • Permissions • Linking • Plagiarism • Developing
Policy • Print Resources
- Greenhouse, Linda. "Justices to Review Copyright Extension." The
New York Times. February 20, 2002.
- Harmon, Amy. "A New Direction for Intellectual Property." The
New York Times. May 13, 2002.
- Scott, Michael D. Internet and Technology Law Desk Reference 2002.Panel
- Scott, Michael D. Scott on Multimedia Law. 2nd edition. New York: Aspen
Publishers, Inc., 1996.
- Stim, Richard. Getting Permission: How to License and Clear Copyrighted
Materials Online and Off. Berkeley: Nolo, 2000.
- Zalewski, Daniel. "The Future of Ideas': Protecting the Old With
Copyright Law." The New York Times, January 6, 2002.