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Roundup From Day 4 of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2017

Last Updated on February 24, 2017, 1:57 pm ET

*Cross-posted from Fair Use Week*

Check out all the great posts from Day 4 of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2017! Don’t see yours? Contact us to get yours added! You can view previous roundups here.


University of Waterloo “Fair Dealing Myths and Facts


Haifa University Law and Technology Clinic, “Fair Use Week 2017”

MIT Libraries webcast with Guest Expert Kyle K. Courtney, “Fan Fiction and Fair Use

University of Virginia “Fair Use Week


Charlotte Roh, University of San Francisco, Presentation: Fair Use Week 2017 Brown Bag: Using Copyrighted Work in Your Course

Blog Posts/News

Jennifer Chan on University of California Office of Scholarly Communication, “Rocking Out to Fair Use

Erica Charis on Fair Use Week Tumblr, “Fair Use, Music, and MOOCs

Melanie Clark on Visual Resources Association blog, “The Intellectual Property Powder Keg: Fair Use and Contemporary Art Museums

Casie Fiesler, “Fair Use Barbie: Changing the narrative & the legality of remix

David Hansen on Copyright at Harvard Library blog, “Fair Use is for Innovation” (Cross-posted on Scholarly Communications @ Duke)

Ann Ludbrook on Ryerson University Library & Archive blog, “Fair Dealing Week: Copyright Review 2017

Marlo MacKay on Libvine “Faculty and Fair Dealing

Peter Martin, Sydney Morning Herald, “Schools and universities are charged millions for things that are free

The Ohio State University blog, “A Fair Use Week Interview with John Muir

Pamela Samuelson on Authors Alliance blog, “Can Fair Uses Be Made of Copyrighted Works for Online Courses?

Peggy Tahir on UCSF’s library blog In Plain Site, “Four Factors of Fair Use—The Third Factor: The Amount and Substantiality of the Portion Taken