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Fair Use of Copyrighted Works: A Crucial Element in Educating

Crews, Kenneth D.; Consortium for Educational Technology for University Systems

This pamphlet addresses three important points. First, higher education will benefit by the formation of a national alliance focused on fair use. Second, the effectiveness of higher education requires a thorough understanding of the fair-use doctrine. Finally, faculty, in particular, necessarily apply the fair-use doctrine as they perform their work.


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February 25, 2011
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