Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Schools can give students 10 percent of a book or one whole chapter — paidContent

Schools can give students 10 percent of a book or one whole chapter — paidContent:

 "In a long-awaited ruling on digital age “coursepacks,” a federal judge drew some bright lines about how professors can share reading materials with their students.

The issue turned on book excerpts that are part of any college student’s required reading. In the past, students paid big dollars to obtain the excerpts as a sheath of photocopies but, more recently, universities began offering them for free online."
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