The Origins and Future of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week: Why Should Libraries, Museums, and Other Cultural Institutions Participate?
Cox, Krista L.
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CitationCourtney, Kyle K. and Krista L. Cox, "The Origins and Future of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week: Why Should Libraries, Museums, and Other Cultural Institutions Participate?" in Benson, S. R., (ed.), Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World, Association of College and Research Libraries, (2019).
AbstractFair Use/Fair Dealing Week is a great example of successful grassroots organizing by cultural institutions, including libraries, archives, museums, and other institutions to celebrate one of the most critical of all copyright topics: fair use (and, later, fair dealing).
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