Copyright education, copyright BYU, administration, Susie Quartey
Developing a copyright educational program at a University can be a daunting task. Many professors do not want to hear the word in connection with their teaching or academic pursuits. It can strike fear in the hearts of many educators who have hidden behind the mask of ignorance for years. With the complex nature of copyright law and budget restrictions, few institutions have the luxury of on-site copyright experts. A well-planned, conscientiously formulated copyright education campaign can ease the anxieties of the ignorant; empower the helpless; and fuel the passion of those striving to enlighten others about copyright compliance at their college or university.
Original Publication Citation
The Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery and Electronic Reserve. Volume 18, Number 1. 27
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Quartey, Susie, "Developing a Campus Copyright Education Program: Conquering the Challenge" (2006). Faculty Publications. 971.
Haworth Information Press
Harold B. Lee Library
© 2006 Susie Quartey
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