I recently published a book chapter (“Hooking Your Audience on Copyright”) in Coaching Copyright, edited by Kevin L. Smith and Erin L. Ellis (2019). The chapter is available open access at ScholarWorks.
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STUDENTS SHARING CLASS MATERIALS – CAN INSTRUCTORS INTERVENE? Laura Quilter, J.D., M.L.S. Charlotte Roh, M.L.S. (Read in PDF) Quizlet – StudyBlue – OneClass – CourseHero In the last decade, numerous student note-sharing services have sprung up, enabling students to do efficiently, and online, what they have had previously done informally
The GSU decision is out — here’s a link to the PDF. Don’t panic! It’s a reversal on fair use, but if you read more deeply, it’s actually pretty good. My notes (written for my library director and colleagues, on a first quick read, not yet edited) are below. I am