Monday, May 04, 2020

Fair Dealing Guidance for Canadian Libraries During COVID-19

The Canadian Federation of Library Associations has published a document called Fair Dealing Guidance for Canadian Libraries During the Time of COVID-19:
"It is imperative for the duration of a national or global health crisis that libraries continue responding to information requests for creative, educational, and information purposes and it is understood that fulfilling these requests may require reproducing content. Fair dealing is an important and vital user right that continues to support dissemination of information to the public and empowers library users, scholars and scientists. Fair dealing supports libraries in providing continued opportunities for personal fulfillment, intellectual, and professional growth during these challenging times."

"CFLA-FCAB thanks open access publishers and creators of open works. The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the importance of the open access scholarly communication model that continues to improve access to materials for teaching and instruction, and to results of research. CFLA-FCAB acknowledges the current vendors and publishers who are providing free or enhanced access to their online collections for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic."

"This guidance document is meant to provide clarity to support libraries in considering copyright as they provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic."

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