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Copyright: A User's Guide

This is the revised and updated edition of the successful Copyright: A User's Guide. It answers simply, yet comprehensively, all those awkward questions which arise in educational institutions about the use and creation of copyright material.

Copyright: A User's Guide, Second Edition addresses all copyright forms including print, audio and visual arts, as well as online usage. It describes the provisions in the Copyright Act for dealing with copyright works and the licences available from the various collecting societies that monitor usage of works in educational institutions (e.g. CAL, VISCOPY).

This edition takes into account the amendments made to the Copyright Act to deal with increasing use of the Internet as a source of content as well as a delivery mechanism.

Reviews

In the second edition of his copyright guide for educational institutions, Gerdsen catches up on recent Copyright Act changes on internet content and delivery. It covers print and photocopying, music and performance, emails and morals, record keeping everything that occurs daily in universities, TAFEs and schools.

Reviewed by Jane Richardson
Australian Financial Review, Monday October 27, 2003.

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: RMIT University Press
Place of Publication: Melbourne
Resource Type: Monograph
ISBN: 086459240X
Publication Year: 2003
Subject Covered: Private, civil & family law; Intellectual property & copyright law