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Copyright for Higher Education
Just Because You Can Does Not Mean You May!
There are many devices which make duplicating copyrighted works possible, easy and quick. But the ability to easily make copies of articles, download music, duplicate videos, cut and paste text from Web sites, etc. does not imply you may do so freely without regard for the copyright owner of the work!
Use the following links to learn about the copyright law particularly as it relates to higher education.
Click here to access "Finding the Balance" a PowerPoint presentation explaining Copyright with an emphasis on the application of Fair Use for educators.
The information presented here is not legal advice. Individuals and organizations should consult their own attorneys.
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