This week is Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week, an annual celebration of the important doctrines of fair use and fair dealing. The week is designed to highlight and promote the opportunities presented by fair use and fair dealing, celebrate successful stories, and explain these doctrines.
Check out all the great posts from Day 1 of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2021! Don’t see yours? Email email@example.com to get it added! You can view previous roundups here.
“Can Fair Use Survive the CASE Act?,” Kenneth D. Crews, Copyright at Harvard Library blog
“Celebrate Fair Use Week 2021,” Georgetown University Library
“Fair Use Week 2021,” LeEtta Schmidt, University of South Florida Libraries’ EdLib Report
“Fair Use Week 2021: Promoting Ideas, Creativity, Learning, and Culture,” Florida Atlantic University Libraries
“Fair Use Week Celebrates Copyright Flexibility for All,” Liz Hamilton, Northwestern Libraries Blog
“If You Could Be the Judge of Fair Use…,” Patricia Aufderheide, Center for Media and Social Impact Blog
“We’re All Fair Users Now,” Katherine Klosek, ARL Views blog
“What Is Fair Use Week?,” The Catholic University of America University Libraries
“Text & Data Mining in the Digital Humanities,” keynote lecture by Paula Samuelson, roundtable discussion with Natalie Meyers, Katie Walden, Elliott Visconsi, and Mark McKenna, hosted by University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries
“The End of Library Ownership?,” a one-hour conversation with Meredith Rose, Kyle Courtney, Jason Schultz, and Aaron Perzanowski, hosted by Library Futures
“Call to Action: Share Your Feedback on Controlled Digital Lending,” Authors Alliance
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Open Educational Resources, Meredith Jacob, Peter Jaszi, Prudence S. Adler, and William Cross, American University Washington College of Law and Center for Media & Social Impact
Strengthening Canadian User Rights through Shared Understanding: Adapting the Codes of Best Practices in Fair Use for Canada, Mark Swartz and Graeme Slaght, Canadian Association of Research Libraries