Sara Benson
Information Science, Law
Material Type:
Graduate / Professional
  • Copyright
  • Fair Use
  • Information Literacy
  • Text Mining
    Creative Commons Attribution

    Open Access Chapters from Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World

    Open Access Chapters from Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World


    This is an edited volume of chapters from copyright experts around the globe explaining complex copyright issues in a clear, concise way. The majority of the chapters are licensed CC-BY.


    Open Access Chapters from Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World

    Table of Contents

    iii           Foreword by Kenneth D. Crews




    Chapter 1.  “Kids These Days”… May Know More About Copyright Than You

                  Nancy Sims

    Chapter 2.   Copyright Law’s Role in Advocacy and Education for Open Access Policies on Campus

    Colin Lukens, Shannon Kipphut-Smith, and Kyle K. Courtney

    Chapter 3.  Fear and Fair Use:  Addressing the Affective Domain

    Sara R. Benson

    Chapter 4.  The Origins and Future of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week:  Why Should Libraries, Museums, and Other Cultural Institutions Participate?

    Kyle K. Courtney and Krista L. Cox

    Chapter 5.  An Exercise in Contradiction? The Role of Academic Copyright Librarians

    Mélanie Brunet and Amanda Wakaruk

    Chapter 6.  Why Every Librarian Should Know About Copyright: Creating Copyright Training Opportunities for Librarians at Your Institution

    Sarah A. Norris, Barbara Tierney, and Lily Dubach


    II.           EDUCATION

    Chapter 7.   Copyright Self-Study: How to Know What You Know, What You Don’t Know, and How to Discover What You Need to Know Next

    Allison Nowicki Estell

    Chapter 8.  "Information Has Value" and Beyond: Copyright Education within and around the Framework

    Gesina A. Phillips

    Chapter 9.  An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Copyright Essentials

    Melina Thiede and Jennifer Zerkee

    Chapter 10.  Online Classrooms: Is the TEACH Act Enough?

    Carla S. Myers

    Chapter 11.  But I Cited It! Best Practices in Teaching the One-Shot Copyright Instruction Session for Undergraduate Students

    Melanie T. Kowalski and Lisa A. Macklin

    Chapter 12.  Thesis and Dissertation Copyright Instruction for Grad Students: What They Should Know and Why They Should Care

    Andrea L. Schuler

    Chapter 13.  “Caring about Sharing”:  Copyright and Student Academic Integrity in the University Learning Management System

    Roger Gillis




    Chapter 14.  Copyright Essentials and Information Policy (Policy Implications for Copyright Law)

    Carrie Russell

    Chapter 15.  Seeing the Whole Picture:  Insights into Copyright Risk Literacy in Higher Education from Enterprise Risk Management

    Alexandra Kohn

    Chapter 16.  Social Media and the Ethics of Scholarship: A Call For the Assessment and Communication of Rights Information, Provenance and Context.

    Rina Elster Pantalony

    Chapter 17.  Law and Literacy for Non-Consumptive Text Mining: Guiding Researchers Through the Landscape of Computational Text Analysis

    Rachael G. Samberg and Cody Hennesy

    Chapter 18.  Whose Stuff is it Anyway?  Adopting Strategies for US Orphan Works

    Pia M. Hunter




    Chapter 19.  The International Copyright Regime – Just Enough to Make You Cringe

    Bing Wang

    Chapter 20.  From Fair Dealing to Fair Use:  How Universities Have Adapted to the Changing Copyright Landscape in Canada

    Mark Swartz, Ann Ludbrook, Stephen Spong, and Graeme Slaght

    Chapter 21.  Interlibrary Loan and Copyright in Italy:  A Case Study of Bocconi University Library

    Anna Vaglio