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Membership Meeting 1998 (Fall): The Digital Millennium: What Does It All Mean?

Proceedings of the 133rd ARL Membership Meeting, "Confronting the Challenges of the Digital Era," October 1998.

pdf mm98fall-lutzker.pdf

 
     

Fair Use in Multimedia: Digital Age Copyright

Discusses fair use guidelines for multimedia.

pdf fairuse-multimedia-feb96.pdf

 
 

Fair Use in Digital Environments: The Work of the Conference on Fair Use (CONFU)

Paper disucssing fair use in digital environments, and particularly about the work of the Conference on Fair Use (or CONFU) to work out guidelines for "fair use" in educational and library settings now that digital, networked communication and publishing is becoming common. Presented at The National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services in Philadelphia, PA on February 27, 1996.

pdf fairuse-confu-27feb96.pdf

 
 

Fair Use in the Electronic Age: Serving the Public Interest

This statement, released on January 18, 1995, outlines the lawful uses of copyrighted works by individuals, libraries, and educational institutions in the electronic environment. The statement was developed by representatives of the following associations: American Association of Law Libraries, American Library Association, Association of Academic Health Sciences Library Directors, Association of Research Libraries, Medical Library Association, and Special Libraries Association.

pdf fair-use-in-the-electronic-age-serving-the-public-interest-1995.pdf

 
 

Intellectual Property: An ARL Statement of Principles

This statement of seven principles adopted by the ARL Membership in May 1994 affirms the rights and responsibilities of the research library community in the area of copyright.

pdf intellectual-property-an-arl-statement-of-principles-1994.pdf

 
 
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