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Copyright For The Rest Of Us: A Guide For People Who Aren’t Lawyers
For those who want to teach or learn more about American copyright law, Copyright For The Rest Of Us is the book to use. Eleven chapters, with illustrations, outline concepts such as basic copyright law, where to find it, ...
"Adding a library instruction unit to an established course"
(Elsevier Science, Inc., 1999)
The article describes the creation of a two-day library instruction unit which became a required part of a freshman orientation seminar at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The unit began with the creation of new library ...
"Active learning and cooperative learning: understanding the difference and using both styles effectively"
(Elsevier Science, Inc., 2000)
Active learning is any teaching method that gets students actively involved; cooperative learning is one variety of active learning which structures students into groups with defined roles for each student and a task for ...
"The Academic mission and copyright law: are these values in conflict?"
If the academic mission of a university is to foster teaching and research, and the purpose of copyright is to "promote the sciences and useful arts," where is the conflict? It is in the day-to-day use of copyrighted ...