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Intellectual property on campus : students' rights and responsibilities

What issues arise when students' uses of intellectual materials are legally challenged, and how does the academic context affect them? What happens when users of intellectual property, either within or outside the academic structure, violate students' rights to their intellectual products? In Intellectual Property on Campus, TyAnna K. Herrington addresses these concerns and more, clearing up the confusion often surrounding intellectual property law and its application in an academic setting. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlighten
eBook, English, ©2010
Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, ©2010
1 online resource (xiii, 136 pages) : illustrations
9780809385843, 9781280696916, 9786613673879, 0809385848, 1280696915, 6613673870
Introduction : students, educators, and intellectual property
Students' rights in their intellectual products
Legal effects of student collaborative efforts
Intellectual products within educational settings
Authorship, plagiarism, and copyright
Conclusion : legal, ethical, and pedagogical considerations