Table of contents for Technology and copyright law : a guidebook for the library, research, and teaching professions / Arlene Bielefield and Lawrence Cheeseman.

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Technology and Copyright Law: A Guide Book for the Library, Research, and Teaching 
Professions
Second Edition
Part I: Copyright Law: Past, Present, and Future
1	Technology and the History of Copyright Law
 The Printing Press
 First National Copyright Law
 Rights of Authors
 Technology and Copyright Law
 Answers to Opening Questions
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
2	Technology and Copyright Legislation
 State Copyright Laws
 The Constitution
 Copyright Law Revisions
 International Copyright Law
 Proposed Legislation
 The Effect of Technology on Copyright Legislation
 Answers to Opening Questions
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
3	Technology and the Future of Copyright
Development of Copyright Law
First Sale Doctrine
Ideas and Facts
Fair Use
First Amendment
The Future of Key Copyright Doctrines
 Answers to Opening Questions
A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
Endnotes
Part II: Copyright in Libraries and Classrooms
4	Fair Use: The Basics
 Electronic Networks
 Conference on Fair use
 The Future of Fair Use
 Fair Use Checklist
 Answers to Opening Questions
 Two Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenarios
 Endnotes
5	Fair Use: In Education
 Guidelines for educational fair use
 Guidelines for the educational use of music
 Classroom use of off-air videotapes
 Multimedia
 Answers to Opening Questions
 Two Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenarios
Endnotes
6. Fair Use: Technology in the Library
Library Reserve Guidelines
Electronic reserves
Sound recordings
 Answers to Opening Questions
A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
Endnotes
7.	The Special Exemptions for The Blind and People with Disabilities
 Chafee Amendment
? 121 Limitations on exclusive rights: Reproduction for blind or other people 
with disabilities
Comments
Summary
 Answers to Opening Questions
A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
Endnotes
8	Special Privileges for Libraries and Archives
 Answers to Opening Questions
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
9	Contracts and Copyright: Paths that Cross
 Licenses
 Licensers
 Answers to Opening Questions
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
Part III: Beyond Four Walls
10	Copyright and Distance Education
 Answers to Opening Questions
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
11	The Worldwide view
 International copyright agreements
 Moral rights in copyright
 Answers to Opening Questions
 
 A Real-World Copyright Analysis Scenario
 Endnotes
 12	Twelve Common Misconceptions About Copyright
Part IV: Additional Resources and Tools
A. Glossary of terms related to copyright
B. Library Copyright Warning Notices
C. Exclusive rights of copyright owners
D. Limitations on the rights of copyright owners
E. Legislative materials on Section 107
F.	Legislative Materials on Section 108
G. Innocent Infringement by Library or Nonprofit Educational Institution
H. 	Model Policy Concerning College and University Photocopying for Classroom, 
Research and Library Reserve Use

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.
Library legislation -- United States.
Information services -- Law and legislation -- United States.