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Copyright & Fair Use: Bibliography

Media Librarian

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Farhad Moshiri
Library-Room 205
Audiovisual Collection, Music Collection, Copyright. Library liaison to Art, Modern Languages, Music, and Theater Arts Departments

Further Readings

Ashley, Christophery L.(2004). The TEACH act: higher education challenges for compliance. EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research Bulletin (Research Report No. 13).  Retrieved from EDUCAUSE website:


Becker, Gary H. (2003).  Copyright: a guide to information and resources. (3rd ed).  Lake Mary,  Florida: Gary H. Becker.


Bielefield, Arlene and Cheeseman, Lawrence (1997). Technology and copyright law: a guidebook for the library, research and teaching professions. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc.


Copyright code of the United States and related laws contained in Title 17 of the United States code. Retrieved from


Crews, Kenneth D.  (2000). Copyright essentials for librarians and educators.  Chicago: American Library Association.


Fineberg, Tobi. (2009). Copyright and course management systems; educational use of copyrighted materials in the United States and the United Kingdom.  Libris (59): (238-247)


Hoon, Peggy. (2007). Using copyrighted works in your teaching – FAQ: questions faculty and teaching assistants need to ask themselves frequently. Retrieved from Association of Research Libraries website:


Lipinski, Tomas A. (2006). The Complete copyright liability handbook for librarians and educators.

 New York: Neal-Schuman.


Lipinski, Tomas A. (2005).  Copyright law and the distance education classroom. Lanham, Maryland :


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