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|Title:||On-line teaching and Copyright : Any Hopes for an EU Harmonized Playground?|
|Author:||Xalabarder Plantada, Raquel|
|Others:||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)|
|Citation:||Xalabader, R. (2007). "On-line teaching and Copyright: Any Hopes for an EU Harmonized Playground?". In: Torremans, P (Coord). Copyright Law: A Handbook of Contemporary Research. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, Pàg. 373-401. ISBN 1-84542-487-5.|
|Abstract:||Education never fails to be mentioned ¿ and, often, mentioned first ¿ as a public interest that justifies an exception to copyright. Educational purposes were already present in the first version of the Berne Convention of 18862 and have remained there (although in revised language) ever since. The WIPO Copyright Treaty of 19963 expressly referred to education in its Preamble, when ¿Recognizing the need to maintain a balance between the rights of authors and the larger public interest, particularly education, research and access to information, as reflected in the Berne Convention¿ (emphasis added). And more recently, the EU Directive on Copyright in the Information Society4 stressed its goal ¿to promote learning and culture by protecting works and other subjectmatter while permitting exceptions or limitations in the public interest for the purpose of education and teaching¿ (Recital 14, emphasis added).|
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