COPYRIGHT RESOURCES ONLINE
The Following Resources have been compiled by the Yale University Library Web
The following document consists sections on university copyright resources and on non-university intellectual property resources. The initial links will take you directly to the listed site. This page incorporates work by Eileen Gifford and Janet Erickson, updating the work of Ann Okerson. Eileen Gifford and Janet Erickson, at the time this work was done, were graduate students in the School of Information & Library Studies, U of Michigan and did this work as part of their coursework for ILS Copyright for the Information Professional, taught by Ann Okerson, Associate University Librarian, Yale University.)
A better option would be to go to the sites through our annotated lists as the information is sometimes difficult to find. The annotated lists make it easier to locate the information pertinent to your needs.
There are some additional resources added at the end of this document. These include a description of the process of preparing this page and the annotations, as well as five messages sent to the ILS 604 class in Fall 1995 regarding current issues of copyright.
- Crews, Kenneth. “Copyright Law and the Doctoral Dissertation.” University Microfilms, Inc. 1992 (ASCII text). Kenneth Crews is Associate Professor of Business Law at San Jose State University.
- Crews, Kenneth D. “Copyright Law, Libraries, and Universities.” Working Paper for Presentation to the Association of Research Libraries, October 1992. Kenneth Crews is Associate Professor of Business Law at San Jose State University.
- Demac, Donna. “Property Rights in the Electronic Dawn.” REFLEX August/September 1994. Donna A. Demac, attorney, is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Learning Technologies at Columbia University.
- Oakley, Robert L. “Copyright and Preservation: A Serious Problem in Need of a Thoughtful Solution.” The Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC 20036, September 1990. Robert L. Oakley is Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center.
- Samuelson, Pamela.