RE: copying stuff

VENTURA, GERIE (GVENTURA@hcc.ctc.edu)
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:41:34 -0700 (PDT)

she isn't giving it to students, she just wants to play it in class on a
cassette player

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> No, I don't think fair use covers multiple copies to give to students.
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> Judy Falzon <j.falzon@gomail.sjcpl.lib.in.us>@library.berkeley.edu on
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> .if the material *IS* for face-to-face teaching and it's listed in the
> syllabus, wouldn't a CD or audiocassette copy qualify as fair use?
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