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Copyright and Digital Images

Resources

Maryly Snow, The Pedagogical Consequences of Photomechanical Reproduction in the Visual Histories: From Copy Photography to Digital Mnemonics, Copyright and Fair Use: The Great Image Debate, Visual Resources, Volume XII, Number 3-4 (1997).

Virginia M.G. Hall, Fair Use and Digital Image Archives: A Report on the National Information Infrastructure Conference on Fair Use, Copyright and Fair Use: The Great Image Debate, Visual Resources, Volume XII, Number 3-4 (1997).

Christine Sundt, Visual Resources Advocacy Statement, Copyright and Fair Use: The Great Image Debate, Visual Resources, Volume XII, Number 3-4 (1997).

Virginia M.G. Hall, Christine Steiner, and Christine Sundt, Image Archives and Fair Use

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Christine Sundt, Been There, Done That! The State of the Question Regarding Copyright, Fair Use and Intellectual Property in the Arts.

Maryly Snow, Digital Images and Fair Use Web Sites.

Kathleen Connolly Butler, Keeping the World Safe form Naked-Chicks-in-Art Refrigerator Magnets, 21 Hastings Comm. and Ent. L. J. 55 (available on LEXIS).

Robert Baron, Making the Public Domain Public.

The Museum Educational Site Licensing Project was jointly launched by the Getty Information Institute and MUSE Educational Media to define appropriate terms and conditions for educational use of digital reproductions on campus networks.

Information about the Academic Image Cooperative.

Image Exchange of the Society of Architectural Historians.


Art Images for College Teaching.

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