Georgia State and publishers continue legal battle over fair use of course materials | Inside Higher Ed

From Lindsay McKenzie via Inside Higher Ed:

“When three publishers sued Georgia State University for sharing excerpts of textbooks with students at no charge 10 years ago, librarians and faculty members took notice. The lawsuit was a big deal for universities offering “e-reserves” to students — free downloadable course materials that often included scanned pages from print textbooks.”

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