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Although not the most exciting issue to many, copyright is an important topic in the library and archives world. However, I know that I, at least, can get quickly bogged down in the multitudes of guidelines and rules, which makes it difficult to figure out when something is available for use. This updated chart by a librarian at Cornell is really helpful in clarifying a lot of these issues.


Cool! Very helpful!

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