"Lec 14 - Harvard Library Copyright and Fair Use Tool" The Harvard Library Copyright and Fair Use Tool is a series of dynamic web pages, flow-charts, interactive exercises, and substantive information that can be used by Harvard faculty, staff and students to ascertain the copyright status of a particular item or to learn more about a particular area of copyright law. The finished product would lead the user, step-by-step, via context-sensitive questions, through an interactive copyright decision making process. The step-by-step process is designed to introduce the user to the various copyright rules, guidelines, and laws, without overwhelming the user with information. Produced by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society Filmed and Edited by Daniel Dennis Jones with Rocky Acosta
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