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The Copyright Librarian by Linda Frederiksen

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Chapter 3

Copyright in Libraries

Abstract

This chapter provides an overview of library functions and users, focusing on how and where copyright and other information laws and policies intersect with library services and populations. How librarians provide access, collect, evaluate, instruct, manage, preserve, process, and research in functional areas is described.

Keywords

Acquisitions; Archives; Circulation; Collections; Copyright law; Interlibrary loan; Instruction; Preservation; Reference; Reserves

Once you see all the parts, the whole makes more sense

Gruben (2014, p. 37)

3.1. Introduction

To say that libraries and copyright are linked is simply to affirm the obvious. Libraries, after all, are filled with copyrighted materials. And, while there are ...

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