The public statement that I and my fellow copyright experts drafted, Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research, is now live. This statement is intended to provide libraries and administrators in higher education guidance, grounded in copyright law, for how to support rapid shifting to remote education with course reserves, library resources, and course materials.
Additionally, many of us are offering virtual copyright office hours to support librarians across the country in navigating these issues. Further resources are linked at the conclusion of the statement, including the ZSR shifting courses support site.
Please distribute broadly and feel free to contact me if you have any questions about copyright issues.
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