Governors State University Library
Copyright Selected Bibliography
By Paul Blobaum, Health Science Librarian
August 13, 2004
All materials are held by the Governors State University Library. Matierals are in the Main Stacks unless otherwise indicated.
1. Am I a crook?: Copyright Issues on the Internet. Alexendria, VA: PBS Adult Learning Satellite Service], 1998.
Georgia Harper, manager of the intellectual property section of the General Counsel's office for the University of Texas System, Steven J. McDonald, associate counsel at The Ohio State University, and Janis Bruwelheide, the author of The Copyright Primer are the panel for an interactive discussion of copyright issues on the Internet. Issues discussed include fair use and the laws of computer use.
Recorded from a satellite broadcast on April 2, 1998, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Recorded with permission of the PBS Adult Learning Satellite Service.
Call Number: FLM-VDO. KF2994.A4X1998
2. Aspen Systems Corporation. Concordance -- Title 17, Copyright Law, Keyword-In Context Index of the Copyright Law of the United States, As Enacted on October 19, 1976. Washington: Library of Congress, Copyright Office.
Call Number: DOCS. LC3.2:C74
3. Besenjak, Cheryl. Copyright Plain & Simple. Franklin Lakes, NJ : Career Press, 2nd ed. 2001/
Location: Main Stacks
Call Number: KF2995 .B47 2001
4. Bielefield, Arlene, and Cheeseman, Lawrence. Libraries & Copyright Law. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1993.
Call Number: KF3030.1.B531993
5. Bielefield, Arlene, and Cheeseman, Lawrence. Technology and Copyright law: A Guidebook for the Library, Research, and Teaching Professions (includes 1999 supplement). New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1999.
Call Number: KF3030.1.B5331999b
6. Botterbusch, Hope Roland. Copyright in the Age of New Technology. Bloomington, Ind. : Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1996.
Call Number: LB1028.5.B65 X1996
7. Copyright Basics. Washington, D.C. : Copyright Office, Library of Congress.
Call Number: DOCS. LC3.4/2:1/
8. Fishman, Stephen. The Copyright Handbook : How to Protect & Use Written Works, 7th ed. Berkeley, CA : Nolo, 2003.
Call Number: REF. KF2995 .F53 2003
9. Gassaway, Laura N., and Wiant, Sarah K. Libraries and Copyright: A Guide to Copyright Law in the 1990s. Washington, DC: Special Libraries Association, 1994.
Call Number: REF. KF3030.1.G371994
10. Gorman, Robert A., Copyright Law. Washington, DC: Federal Judicial Center
Call Number: DOCS. JU13.2:L41
11. Helm, Virginia M. What Educators Should Know About Copyright. Bloomington, Ind.: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1986.
Call Number: KF2995 .H45X
12. Hoffmann, Gretchen McCord. Copyright In Cyberspace: Questions And Answers for Librarians. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2001.
Call Number: REF. KF3030.1.Z9 H642001
13. Hoon, Peggy. Guidelines for Educational Use of Copyrighted Materials. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, 1997.
Call Number: KF3020 .G85 1997
14. Illinois State Library. Task Force on Copyright Guidelines for the Illinois Library and Information Network. A Fair Shake: Photocopying Rights for ILLINET Participants under the Copyright Revision Act of 1976.
Call Number: DOCS.IL S6.2:C67
15. Johnston, Donald F. Copyright Handbook. New York: R. R. Bowker Co., 1978.
Call Number: REF. KF2994 .J63
16. Lawrence, John S., and Timberg, Bernard, editors. Fair Use and Free Inquiry: Copyright Law and the New Media,2nd ed. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Pub. Corp., 1989.
Call Number: KF3030.1.A75 F341989
17. Libraries, copyright, and the Internet. Produced in cooperation with the American Library Association by Dallas Teleconferences, Dallas TeleLearning, LeCroy Center for Educational Telelcommunications; producer, Bob Crook ; director, Bruce Deck. 1999.
Summary: Discusses application of intellectual property law in a library setting, when to restrict patron access to electronic resources, and liability for copyright violations.
Call Number: FLM-VDO. KF2994 .L52x1999
18. Library of Congress. Copyright Office. Report on Copyright and digital distance education. Washington, DC : U.S. Copyright Office.
Call Number: DOCS. LC3.2:D56/2
19. Lindsey, Marc. Copyright Law on Campus. Pullman, Wash. : Washington State University Press, 2003.
Call Number: KF3030.1 .L56 2003
20. Miller, Jerome K. Using Copyrighted Videocassettes in Classrooms, Libraries, and Training Centers, 2nd ed. Friday Harbor, WA: Copyright Information Services, 1987.
Call Number: KF3030.4.M541988
21. Miller, Jerome K. Video Copyright Permissions: A Guide to Securing Permission to Retain, Perform, and Transmit Television Programs Videotaped Off the Air. Friday Harbor, WA: Copyright Information Services, 1989.
Call Number: KF3030.4.M5431989
22. Pilpel, Harriet F., and Morton, David G. A Copyright Guide. 4th ed. New York: R. R. Bowker Co., 1969.
Call Number: REF. KF2995.P51969
23. Publications on copyright (Circular 2). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 2000.
Call Number: DOCS. LC3.4/2:2/2000
24. Rosedale, Jeff. Managing Electronic Reserves. Chicago: American Library Association, 2002.
Packed with practical information, Managing Electronic Reserves covers the gamut of issues including: The basics in Q & A format of starting up and maintaining electronic reserves; effective staffing; selection criteria for hardware, software and vendor vs. “homegrown” decisions; evaluation of your system once it’s up and running; copyright in the digital library; the future of electronic reserves.
Call Number: Z692.R47M36 2002
25. Sinofsky, Esther Rita. Off-air Videotaping in Education: Copyright Issues,Decisions, Implications. New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1984.
Call Number: KF3030.4.S561984
26. Stim, Richard. Getting Permission: How to license and clear copyrighted materials online and off, 1st Edition, version 1.2. Berkely: Nolo Press, 2001.
Summary: Includes a computer disk of ready-to-use forms. Covers the permissions process, the public domain, fair use, copyright research, academic permissions, trademarks, and elements of a license agreement.
Call Number: KF3024.C6 S75 2001
27. Strong, William S. The Copyright Book: A Practical Guide, 3rd ed. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990.
Summary: A complete practical guide to the current copyright law. Includes details about registering, transferring, and protecting a copyright, what works are copyrightable, infringement and fair use and tax treatment of copyrights.
Call Number: REF. KF2994 .S751990
28. Vaidhyanathan, Siva. Copyrights and Copywrongs : The Rise of Intellectual Property and How it Threatens Creativity. New York : New York University Press, c2001.
Call Number: Z642 .V35 2001
29. Vlcek, Charles W. Adoptable Copyright Policy: Copyright Policy and Manuals Designed for Adoption by Schools, Colleges & Universities. Washington, DC: Copyright Information Services, 1992.
Call Number: KF2994.V56 1992
30. Vlcek, Charles W. Copyright Policy Development: A Resource Book for Educators Friday Harbor, WA : Copyright Information Services, 1987.
Call Number: KF3030.1.V551987
31. Weinstein, David A. How to Protect Your Creative Work: All You Need to Know About Copyright. New York: Wiley, 1987.
Call Number: KF2995.W441987
32. What Reference Practitioners Should Know about Copyright and the Web. Developed by the Illinois State Library, 1998.
Summary: After an introduction by Bridget L. Lamont, director of the Illinois State Library, Lolly Gasaway delivers a keynote presentation on copyright basics and the impact of the Internet and the World Wide Web on copyright. A panel of librarians and attorneys then answers questions submitted by viewers.
Call Number: FLM-VDO. Z642.W52x1998