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2 Universities Face Copyright Lawsuits by Publishers

There are two very interesting cases that pertain to academic institutions and their use of materials for teaching and learning that are making their way through the legal system.

The Chronicle of Higher Education has a good overview of these cases online here.

Our copyright librarian, Nancy Sims, is quoted in this article. Nancy is a terrific resource for any copyright or fair use questions that you may have.

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