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Keeping It Legal: Copyright Guidance for School Library Staff

Graham P. Cornish·July 2013

ISBN 9781903446751 · Price: £10.00 (Members £7.00)Add to Basket

Series: SLA Guidelines · Level: Primary and Secondary

Who provides copyright advice and information in your school? Probably you! All school library staff need a clear working knowledge of copyright issues as they support students and adults with using resources for research and information handling in its widest context. In this new update on the subject of copyright, expert Graham Cornish clearly explains aspects of the subject such as the meaning of copyright, using material, fair dealing, educational copying, lending and licences and also provides some useful references and websites. This is a revised edition of a key text to help make life easier for anyone working in a school library.