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The SCOOP: The Continuing Conundrum of Copyright and Course Reserves

by Christine Fruin

As the fall semester dawns and faculty prepare for classes, libraries return to questions of policy and legality as they process incoming course reserve requests. Copyright issues related to the provision of materials in an educational setting, whether via interlibrary loan, coursepacks, electronic course reserves or course management systems, have…

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The SCOOP: Fair Use Week

by Christine Fruin

The SCOOP, Scholarly COmmunication and Open Publishing, is a monthly column published to inform ATLA members of recent developments, new resources, or interesting stories from the realm of scholarly communication and open access publishing. History of Fair Use Week This year marks the fifth anniversary of Fair Use Week. Fair Use Week began in February…

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The SCOOP: The Reformation of Section 108

by Christine Fruin

The SCOOP, Scholarly COmmunication and Open Publishing, is a monthly column published by Christine Fruin, ATLA Scholarly Communication/Open Access Publishing Manager, to inform ATLA members of recent developments, new resources, or interesting stories from the realm of scholarly communication and open access publishing. The Internet Archive (https://archive.org) has been a…

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