Copyright lawyer Jonathan Band details cases of fair use in everyday life (PDF document).
The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries came out in January 2012, and ARL has been spreading the good news at events around the country ever since. In this series of video interviews, taped in October 2012, five dynamic leaders of ARL libraries describe how they are using the Code to inform new approaches to questions of copyright and fair use.
Copyright lawyer Jonathan Band discusses the 2014 decision in the Authors Guild v. HathiTrust case and the implications for libraries.
American University law professors Peter Jaszi and Brandon Butler discuss the development and roll-out of the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries.
American University professors Peter Jaszi and Patricia Aufderheide discuss the development of the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries.
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Official image files of the Fair Use Week logo and Fair Dealing Week logo are available for download.
Presentation by Georgia Harper.
The content covers strategies for artists managing the risk of copyright infringement. It is a PowerPoint presentation, with the text of the talk in the Notes field.
A two-sided over sized postcard created by the UCLA Library to celebrate Fair Use Week 2015 available here.
Infographic that tells the story of how libraries are champions for academic freedom and balanced copyright policies.