Applying Lessig’s Modalities of Regulation as a framework, this presentation reviewed research findings on copyright policies and fair use guidelines of research universities in the interactive model of law, norms, market, and architecture. It examined the role that the policies play in facilitating creativity and innovation in teaching, learning, research, and knowledge creation through application of fair use to promote legal and effective use of copyrighted materials. It identified best practices in policy process to educate about the law and use the policy as a means to encourage innovation and knowledge creation.
Meeting Type: Ignite Session
Interests: Advocacy, Copyright, Information Literacy, Intellectual Property, Leadership, Legislation, Literacy, Scholarly Communication, Technology
Type of Library: Academic, Community College, Library School, Nonprofit, Research Library, School/Media Center
Cost: Included with full conference registration.