- 31st Aug 2015
- 232mm x 158mm x 12mm
Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals
1. General principles 2. Legislative framework 3. Acts permitted in relation to copyright works (The Copyright Exceptions) 4. Licensing 5. Digital copyright 6. Orphan works 7. Copyright compliance 8. Copyright for the corporate sector
Paul Pedley MA MLib FCLIP has been following developments in UK copyright law for nearly twenty years. He has been a member of the Libraries and Copyright Alliance since 1998, and regularly trains, lectures and speaks on copyright and other areas of information law. He is the author of a number of books published by Facet Publishing including the E-copyright Handbook, Digital Copyright, Copyright Compliance: Practical steps to stay within the law and Essential Law for Information Professionals.
CILIP CLSIG JournalExceptionally well written, organized and presented, Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals should be considered a "must" for the reference collections of all community, corporate, governmental, and academic libraries and included as a core supplement for Library Science Studies student curriculums.
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