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The Copyright Conundrum: What Can and Can't you do in the Classroom?
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  • Margaret Ann Wilkinson, Western University
  • Kim Luton
  • Brenda MacEachern
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With Access Copyright initiating proceedings involving all post-secondary institutions before the Copyright Board of Canada and a veritable labyrinth of requirements for instructors using the work of others in the classroom, both physical and virtual, deciphering the copyright conundrum is challenging. In our closing session, Margaret Ann will lead us through the legal issues surrounding copyright. Brenda and Kim will provide some of the practical implications of copyright from the teaching perspective. There will be time for dialogue as well.


Presented for Spring Perspectives on Teaching at UWO on May 16, 2011.

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Margaret Ann Wilkinson, Kim Luton and Brenda MacEachern. "The Copyright Conundrum: What Can and Can't you do in the Classroom?" (2011)
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