Re: Distribution of personal study guide

From: <teste[_at_]bildombudsmannen.se>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 15:40:00 -0500


In Europe this is not acceptable.

Staffan Teste
www.bildombudsmannen.se

> I am a librarian at Corning Community College and am responsible
> for "copyright" questions. This is a question that I received today:
>
> Student has created a word document that contains images from the web
> and added his notes to it. He did not credit the web sites that he
> obtained the images from. He originally created this as his study
> guide for an art class. He now would like to give a CD of this to
> interested classmates (under 30 copies) to assist them with their
> studies. He is not charging them for it. Does this fall under
> acceptable use under the copyright laws?
>
> I appreciate any help on this issue
> Amy
>
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> Amy L. Dibble
> Assistant Librarian
> Corning Community College
> (607) 962-9384
> adibble1[_at_]corning-cc.edu
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