Articles on Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Fair Use
American Association of University Professors (AAUP). (2013). Intellectual Property—Draft Report for Comment.
Jaszi, P. (2012). Fair Use and Education: the Way Forward. Law and Literature 24 (3) (Fall), 1-13. Posted on the Association of Research Libraries website.
Loggie, K., Barron, A., Gulitz, E., Hohlfeld, T., & Kromney, J. (2007). Intellectual Property and Online Courses: Polices at Major Research Universities. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education 8 (2), 109–125.
Packard, A. (2002). Copyright or copy wrong: An analysis of university claims to faculty work. Communication Law and Policy, 7, 275 – 316. Westlaw.
Schmidt, P. (2013a). AAUP Sees MOOCs as Spawning New Threats to Professors' Intellectual Property. Chronicle of Higher Education, June 12, 2013.
Schmidt, P. (2013b). Ambitious AAUP Effort to Guide Relations Between Academics and Industry Meets Resistance. June 13, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education.
Talab, R. (2007). Copyright and You: Faculty Distance Courseware Ownership and the “Wal-Mart” Approach to Higher Education. TechTrends 51 (4) (July/August), 9-12.