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                                                         Copyright for Schools

                                                       A Practical Guide

                                                         6TH EDITION |  CAROL SIMPSON AND SARA E. WOLF

                                                             This newly updated edition explains
                                                       copyright law as it applies to education.

                                                         This updated edition of Copyright for Schools explains U.S. copyright law as
                                                       it applies to education settings clearly and concisely for teachers and school
                                                       Topics new to this edition include copyright implications related to the use of
                                                       such streaming services as Netflix™ and Pandora™, links to online tools that
             January 2021 ,  373pp ,  8 1/2x11
            Paperback: 978-1-4408-6483-4               teachers can use to assist them in making their own daily decisions regarding
             $65.00 ,  £49.00 ,  €57,00                the use of copyrighted materials, and implications relating to the use of
            eBook: 978-1-4408-6484-1                   anonymous internet publishing tools such as Snapchat™ and use of Cloud-
                                                       based sharing. Other new topics include issues related to disability, how to
            SAMPLE T OPICS                             appropriately respond to cease and desist letters and other legal inquiries,
                                                       implications of the Music Modernization Act, and expanded discussion of
            •   Creative Commons   •  The Marrakesh
              and Other         Agreement and          open resources such as Creative Commons licenses.
              Automatic Licenses  Its Influence on     This edition also adds a concordance in a “Scope and Sequence” table
            •  Digitization     Copyright and          format, so all information related to U.S. copyright knowledge is accessible no
            •  Differences      Students with          matter where it resides within the text, and provides links to online tools and
              between “Copyright   Disabilities        resources that can be used to guide users of copyrighted materials in making
              Free,” “Royalty   •  Potential Changes in   decisions about how to use them. Still included are the real-world applications
              Free,” “License,”   Library Procedures   and the Q&A sidebars from prior editions.
              and “Lease”       Based on Recent
            •  Fair Use Analysis  Court Cases            FEATURES
                               •  Public Domain        •  Concordance linking copyright concepts to concepts featured elsewhere in
            •  History of       and How to Use It
              Copyright Law                              the text
                                Effectively            •  Revised and expanded lists of free and licensed materials for use in teaching
            •  Internet-Based   •  Recent Legislative
              Applications      Changes in Music         and learning
            •  Issues Specific to   Copyright          •  New chapter discussing issues related to disability
              Media by Type                            •  New chapter discussing appropriate responses to cease and desist letters
                                                         and other legal inquiries
                                                       •  Links to online tools and resources that can be used to guide users of
                                                         copyrighted materials in making decisions about how to use them
              CAROL SIMPSON  is a practicing attorney, retired
            associate professor of library and information
            science, and former school librarian, teacher, and
            district library administrator.
            SARA E. WOLF is an associate professor at
            Auburn University. Her interest in copyright began
            more than 25 years ago and has grown to include
            speaking, teaching, and institutional policy
            development activities.

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