Educational Guidelines

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February 12, 2015, at 01:02 PM by Laura Pope Robbins -
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That being said many institutions, both K-12 and higher education, have adopted the Copyright Guidelines as a type of safe harbor. The Guidelines are reproduced on the Dowling College website here: http://www.dowling.edu/mydowling/Forms/copyrightpolicy.html

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That being said many institutions, both K-12 and higher education, have adopted the Copyright Guidelines as a type of safe harbor. The Guidelines are reproduced on the Dowling College website here: http://www.dowling.edu/intranet/forms-downloads/

January 09, 2013, at 03:00 PM by Laura Pope Robbins -
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What has clearly emerged from the Copyright Guidelines is a consensus that repeated use of materials is not generally considered fair. In addition, photocopying of consumable materials, like workbooks, is not considered fair.

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What has clearly emerged from the Copyright Guidelines is a consensus that photocopying of consumable materials, like workbooks, is not considered fair.