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Letter to Tracey L. Armstrong re: Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) underwriting litigation (Nov. 11, 2010)

Letter expressing ARL's disappointment with the decision by the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to underwrite 50% of the plaintiffs' costs in the litigation by three publishers against Georgia State University.

pdf lt-ccc-gsu-11nov12.pdf

 
     

Research Library Issues, no. 270 (June 2010)

RLI issue 270 includes:

  • Celebrating 10 Years of ARL’s Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce
  • ETDs and Graduate Education: Programs and Prospects
  • Urban Copyright Legends
  • Open Access Week: Library Strategies for Advancing Change
 
 

ARL, Center for Social Media, PIJIP to Prepare Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries

Announcement that of ARL's joint project with the Center for Social Media at American University, and the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property in American University's Washington College of Law, to prepare a code of best practices in fair use for academic and research libraries.

pdf fair-use-code-1pager.pdf

 
   

Fair Use Challenges in Academic and Research Libraries

This report summarizes research into the current application of fair use to meet the missions of U.S. academic and research libraries. Sixty-five librarians were interviewed confidentially by telephone for around one hour each. They were asked about their employment of fair use in five key areas of practice: support for teaching and learning, support for scholarship, preservation, exhibition and public outreach, and serving disabled communities.

pdf arl_csm_fairusereport.pdf

 
 

GSU Fair Use Order

This is a copyright infringement case brought against various officials of the University System of Georgia, including officials of Georgia State University. Plaintiffs are three publishing houses who claim that Defendants are responsible for infringement of their copyrighted works. They complain of Georgia State's practice of allowing professors and other instructors to utilize electronic systems to reproduce and distribute excerpts from copyrighted works for academic use by Georgia State students, without paying copyright fees to them. Plaintiffs seek injunctive and declaratory relief.

pdf gsu-fairuse-order-30sept10.pdf

 
 

Research Library Issues, no. 266 (Oct. 2009)

RLI issue 266 includes:

  • Removing All Restrictions Cornell’s New Policy on Use of Public Domain Reproductions
  • Evolving Preservation Roles and Responsibilities of Research Libraries
  • SPARC Explores Income Models for Supporting Open-Access Journals
  • ARL Salary Survey Highlights
 
 

Performance of or Showing Films in the Classroom

This piece was written in hopes of clarifying one aspect of the confusion on digital delivery of content to the "physical" classroom.

pdf films-in-classroom10sep09.pdf

 
 
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