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Report on Copyright and Digital Distance Education, U.S. Copyright Office, Volume 1, May 1999

Report on Copyright and Digital Distance Education, U.S. Copyright Office, Volume 1, May 1999

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Report on Copyright and Digital Distance Education, U.S. Copyright Office, Volume 1, May 1999 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dealing with the nature of distance education today and with prior i nitiatives addressing copyright and digital distance education. I great ly appreciate the assistance of Isabella Hinds, who in a short time wrote an extensive report on licensing practices, and our technology panel, I.

Distance Education. In Maythe Office concluded an intensive study on digital distance education through public hearings, comments and consultations with experts in various fields. The report made legislative recommendations on the promotion of distance education through digital Report on Copyright and Digital Distance Education.

The report provides a useful overview of the nature of distance education, describes current licensing practices in digital distance education, describes the status of technologies relating to the delivery and protection of distance education materials, analyzes the application of current copyright law to digital distance education activities.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s U.S.

Copyright Office has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Classroom Courses, 41 B.C.

REv.() (quoting U.S. COPYRIGHT OFFICE, REPORT ON COPYRIGHT AND DIGITAL DISTANCE EDUCATION 10 ()) [hereinafter REPORT ON COPYRIGHT]. In the REPORT ON COPYRIGHT, the definition of "distance education" is.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Carol B. MacKnight is an instructional technologist at the University of Massachusetts. Previously, she served for 13 years as Director of Instructional Technology at the university, during which time she designed and developed over 45 lessons, courses, and utility programs for delivery over networks and on stand-alone by: 2.

Part III describes the status of technologies relating to the delivery and protection of distance education materials. Part IV analyzes the application of current copyright law to digital distance education activities. Part V discusses prior initiatives addressing copyright and digital distance education.

U.S. COPYRIGHT OFFICE in PROMOTION OF DISTANCE EDUCATION THROUGH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES Docket Number A The American Association of Community Colleges ("AACC") is the major national organization representing over 1, of the nation's two-year, regionally accredited, associate­ degree granting institutions of higher education.

The Internet Archive (“IA”) began operation inat first making archival copies of websites, but soon offering those to the public and then e.

See U.S. COPYRIGHT OFFICE, REPORT ON COPYRIGHT AND DIGITAL DISTANCE EDUCA-TION 10 () (citing Comment 1, Indiana Commission for Higher Education ("1CHE"), at 1; Comment 8. American Association of Community Colleges ("AACC"), at 2; Comm University of' Texas System, at I) [hereinafter REPoicr ON COPYRIGHT].

This concept. Section (2): Displays and performances in distance education (TEACH Act) — Ability to display or perform certain types of copyrighted works in the course of distance education. Use of (2) is subect to many conditions, including establishing institutional policies and implementing technological : Andrée Rathemacher.

Education in May Association of American University Presses (“AAUP”) – Each year, the members of AAUP publish o books and journals. The register was directed to consider a number of factors in this report: (1) the need for an exemption for distance education through digital networks, (2) categories of works to be included, (3) whether there should be quantitative limitations on how much of a work can be used, (4) who should benefit from the exemption, that is, just.

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Hughes Library Pentagon Washington, DC Passion for books. Sign On My Account Basket Help. Menu. U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee June 1, Promoting Investment and Protecting Commerce Online: The ART Act, the NET Act and Illegal Streaming.Because of advances in technology, copyright issues are being examined under a new light and university administrators, faculty and librarians are involved in licensing issues now more than ever.The book title, Online Learning: Concepts, Strategies, and Application, reflects the theory-into-practice methodology we adopted when we were thinking about and presenting the content.

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