Take a copy

26th September 2003 at 01:00
Most teachers have had a guilty moment by the photocopier, wondering whether they're breaking the law. Keep It Legal is a booklet explaining how to tell if you're doing something you shouldn't. It clarifies the difference between physical and intellectual property and describes the roles of licensing agencies and changes created by the internet.

Keep It Legal: Copyright Guidance for School Library Staff costs pound;6 (pound;5 to SLA members) and is available from the School Library Association. Tel: 01793 79178

Fax: 01793 791786

Email: info@SLA.org.uk

www.SLA.org.uk

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