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Intellectual Property on Campus also provides useful information for administrators and educators. As a result, a gap has emerged between the reality of copyright law and the social reality of our everyday activities. Herrington addresses these concerns and more, clearing up the confusion often surrounding intellectual property law and its application in an academic setting. Cautioning educators about the limitations on their control over intellectual materials in an academic setting, Herrington encourages teachers to minimize their influence over student works, instead giving pupils more freedom to control their own creations. Herrington also explores the topic of student collaboration—now very common on college campuses—and how it affects intellectual property issues and legal relationships, as well as the impact of new technologies, such as blogs, on student work in educational environments. Herrington also explores the topic of student collaborationnow very common on college campusesand how it affects intellectual property issues and legal relationships, as well as the impact of new technologies, such as blogs, on student work in educational environments.

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Comprehensive and up-to-date, the eleventh edition of Reporting Technical Information maintains the reputation of an exceptional text for courses in technical and professional writing and communication. In addition, Herrington addresses recent cultural developments regarding the use and creation of intellectual property by students and instructors. In addition, Herrington addresses recent cultural developments regarding the use and creation of intellectual property by students and instructors. Herrington also explores the topic of student collaboration—now very common on college campuses—and how it affects intellectual property issues and legal relationships, as well as the impact of new technologies, such as blogs, on student work in educational environments. Continuing the esteemed tradition of its predecessors, the eleventh edition provides students with a solid foundation in technical communication and adds material on the most recent developments in the field. Herrington addresses these concerns and more, clearing up the confusion often surrounding intellectual property law and its application in an academic setting. She has served the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing's Executive Committee as its Information Officer, the Executive Advisory Board Member for the Council of Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication's journal, Programmatic Perspectives, and is an Editorial Board member of Kairios online journal.

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She outlines the potential effects of the choices students make, as well as the benefits and limitations of legal protection for intellectual property, including the thorny issues of authorship and authority under the 1976 Copyright Act. In addition, Herrington addresses recent cultural developments regarding the use and creation of intellectual property by students and instructors. Herrington also explores the topic of student collaboration—now very common on college campuses—and how it affects intellectual property issues and legal relationships, as well as the impact of new technologies, such as blogs, on student work in educational environments. Cualquier libro está disponible para descargar sin necesidad de gastar dinero. The volume also investigates the rights, responsibilities, and limitations for users of intellectual property, as opposed to creators, especially as related to student or instructor use of copyrighted materials. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlightening volume provides educators and students with a solid basis for understanding the broader impacts of legal and ethical dilemmas involving intellectual materials. Through addressing topics ranging from privacy rights and information exchange to the legalities of business practices in virtual worlds and perspectives on authorship and ownership, the contributors to this volume examine a variety of communication-based legal issues that can cause problems or miscommunication in international interactions.

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Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlightening volume provides educators and students with a solid basis for understanding the broader impacts of legal and ethical dilemmas involving intellectual materials. Intellectual Property on Campus also provides useful information for administrators and educators. In addition, Herrington addresses recent cultural developments regarding the use and creation of intellectual property by students and instructors. In Intellectual Property on Campus, TyAnna K. What happens when users of intellectual property, either within or outside the academic structure, violate students' rights to their intellectual products? Herrington addresses these concerns and more, clearing up the confusion often surrounding intellectual property law and its application in an academic setting.

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Intellectual Property on Campus: Students' Rights and Responsibilities (9780809385843): TyAnna K Herrington

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Similarly, perspectives on privacy rights can differ from nation to nation and affect how personal information is shared globally. Herrington served the state of Georgia as a member of the State Board of Regents Copyright Committee. What happens when users of intellectual property, either within or outside the academic structure, violate students rights to their intellectual products? This collection provides an overview of different legal aspects that technical communicators might encounter when creating materials or sharing information in international environments. She discusses the control of information and the creation of knowledge in terms of the way control functions under current property law. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlighten.

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The E-mail message field is required. At the same time, however, U. She served the National Council of Teachers of English Intellectual Property Caucus from 1999 and co-chaired from 2000-2001; from 2009 for the life of the committee, she served as a member of the Intellectual Property Committee. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlighten. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlightening volume provides educators and students with a solid basis for understanding the broader impacts of legal and ethical dilemmas involving intellectual materials.

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These thinkers explore the sensitive balance between technology, physical space, economic developments, political events, and the goals of teaching--a balance we must constantly renegotiate if classrooms are to matter at all. Herrington provides insight for students into how complex concepts such as patent, trademark, copyright, fair use, and plagiarism affect their work. Intellectual Property on Campus also provides useful information for administrators and educators. Addressed to presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other higher education decision makers on all kinds of campuses, it provides timely information and authoritative advice about major issues and administrative problems confronting every institution. Filled with practical information and simple yet thorough explanations, this enlightening volume provides educators and students with a solid basis for understanding the broader impacts of legal and ethical dilemmas involving intellectual materials. The volume also investigates the rights, responsibilities, and limitations for users of intellectual property, as opposed to creators, especially as related to student or instructor use of copyrighted materials.

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Herrington also explores the topic of student collaboration—now very common on college campuses—and how it affects intellectual property issues and legal relationships, as well as the impact of new technologies, such as blogs, on student work in educational environments. What issues arise when students' uses of intellectual materials are legally challenged, and how does the academic context affect them? Classrooms Matter presents some of the best known voices in critical pedagogy--Michael Apple, Henry Giroux, Stanley Aronowitz, Carol Becker, Peter McLaren--alongside essays by such well-known scholars as Mark Poster, Sharon O'Dair, David Trend, Jacqueline Bobo, and others. The volume also investigates the rights, responsibilities, and limitations for users of intellectual property, as opposed to creators, especially as related to student or instructor use of copyrighted materials. Written in a jargon-free style that is easy to understand, Intellectual Property on Campus gives students, instructors, and administrators the information they need to navigate the intricate landscape of law and integrity in the realm of academic creation. Herrington addresses these concerns and more, clearing up the confusion often surrounding intellectual property law and its application in an academic setting. Abstract: What issues arise when students' uses of intellectual materials are legally challenged, and how does the academic context affect them? The volume also investigates the rights, responsibilities, and limitations for users of intellectual property, as opposed to creators, especially as related to student or instructor use of copyrighted materials.

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TyAnna Herrington, J.D., Ph.D.

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In Intellectual Property on Campus, TyAnna K. Intellectual Property on Campus also provides useful information for administrators and educators. Understanding this dynamic just may be the single most important ingredient to successful teaching. Cautioning educators about the limitations on their control over intellectual materials in an academic setting, Herrington encourages teachers to minimize their influence over student works, instead giving pupils more freedom to control their own creations. Herrington, associate professor in the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture at the Georgia Institute of Technology, is the author of two books, including Controlling Voices: Intellectual Property, Humanistic Studies, and the Internet, published by Southern Illinois University Press. Through an analysis of the competing rhetorical frameworks about copyright regulation in a digital age, this book shows how the stories told by active parties in the debate shape our cultural understanding of what is and is not acceptable in the use of copyrighted works on digital networks.

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Written in a jargon-free style that is easy to understand, Intellectual Property on Campus gives students, instructors, and administrators the information they need to navigate the intricate landscape of law and integrity in the realm of academic creation. Copyright law, for example, affects the international flow of materials by stipulating who has the right to replicate or to share certain kinds of content. Due to technological advancements and the rise of neo-liberal policies influenced by academic capitalism, faculty members are finding their rights being renegotiated, often without their input. She outlines the potential effects of the choices students make, as well as the benefits and limitations of legal protection for intellectual property, including the thorny issues of authorship and authority under the 1976 Copyright Act. Written in a jargon-free style that is easy to understand, Intellectual Property on Campus gives students, instructors, and administrators the information they need to navigate the intricate landscape of law and integrity in the realm of academic creation. In addition, Herrington addresses recent cultural developments regarding the use and creation of intellectual property by students and instructors.

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