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Demystifying Copyright: A Researcher's Guide to Copyright in Canadian Libraries and Archives


Jean Dryden

Researchers in libraries and archives are both consumers and creators of copyright material. This guide provides the information that researchers and those who serve them need to understand how copyright works and to apply the rules to particular situations. Includes Copyright Rules, Definitions,Summary of Economic Copyrights, What Can Be Used without Seeking Authorization and Collective Societies and Other Agencies.

Previously an archivist and librarian in government, educational and not-for-profit sectors, Jean Dryden (MA, MLS, CRM) is actively involved in developing training materials and delivering workshops, including "Copyright Demystified" for the Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto. Her business CopyRight! advises institutions, organizations and individuals.

The Ontario Genealogical Society is pleased to be able to offer this invaluable publication to its members. All researchers should keep in mind that the only authoritative answer to any copyright question is what the court says.

2001 48p appendices

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  • ISBN: 0-0-88802-298-0

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