Copyright in an academic library context: Part 1
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Most people will have at least passing familiarity with the word ‘copyright'. Even if you don't really know what it means, you will have almost certainly seen that ‘C' in a circle, accompanied by a year, and the words ‘All rights reserved', which essentially means ‘You shall not copy'. You may even have read a couple of copyright disclaimers – they're near impossible to avoid, but quite easy to ignore. Depending on your line of work, you may have more exposure to the perils of copyright than the average citizen, and it's fair to assume that if you are engaged in the academic circus, you have, at some point, had to make copyright your business.
Rother, K. 2014-05. Copyright in an academic library context: Part 1. Other. University of Cape Town. OpenUCT.