Table of contents for Copyright law for librarians and educators : creative strategies and practical solutions / Kenneth D. Crews.

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The Reach of Copyright
1.	Introduction: This Book and the Importance of Copyright
2.	The Scope of Protectible Works
3.	Works Without Copyright Protection
Rights of Ownership
4.	Duration and Formalities: How Long Do Copyrights Last?
5.	Who Owns the Copyright?
6.	The Rights of Copyright Owners
7.	Exceptions to the Rights of Owners 
Fair Use
8.	Fair Use: Getting Started
9.	Fair Use: Understanding the Four Factors
10.	Getting Comfortable with Fair Use: Applying the Four Factors
11.	The Meaning of Fair-Use Guidelines
Focus on Education and Libraries
12.	Distance Education and the TEACH Act
13.	Libraries and the Special Provisions of Section 108
14.	Responsibilities, Liabilities, and Doing the Right Thing
Special Features
15.	Special Feature: Music and Copyright
16.	Special Feature: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
17.	Special Feature: Copyright, Archives, and Unpublished Materials
18.	Special Feature: Permission from Copyright Owners
A.	Guide to Additional Resources
B.	Selected Provisions of the U.S. Copyright Act
C.	Checklist for Fair Use
D.	Checklist for the TEACH Act
E.	Table of Cases

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Copyright -- United States.
Librarians -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teachers -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.