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The Choice Between Ebooks And Printed Books: A Study Among Hospitality And Tourism Educators And Learners, Senthilkumaran Piramanayagam Phd, Partho Pratim Seal Jan 2020

The Choice Between Ebooks And Printed Books: A Study Among Hospitality And Tourism Educators And Learners, Senthilkumaran Piramanayagam Phd, Partho Pratim Seal

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The emergence of electronic books (ebook) changed the position of printed books in the learning space. This study examines the perceptions and preferences of hospitality and tourism educators and learners. Similarities and dissimilarities in the preference, perception and its link with gender, and scope of the degree course what the respondents teach and learn are analyzed. Data was collected from both students and teachers of hospitality, tourism and culinary degree program at a private university located in Karnataka, India. A structured questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents. The result of the study shows that printed books are …


Reproduction Of Copyrighted Works By Educators And Librarians, United States Copyright Office Aug 2014

Reproduction Of Copyrighted Works By Educators And Librarians, United States Copyright Office

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Many educators and librarians ask about the fair use and photocopying provisions of the copyright law. The United States Copyright Office cannot give legal advice or offer opinions on what is permitted or prohibited. However, we have published in this circular basic information on some of the most important legislative provisions and other documents dealing with reproduction by librarians and educators.

The Subjects Covered in This Booklet

The documentary materials collected in this circular deal with reproduction of copyrighted works by educators, librarians, and archivists for a variety of uses, including:

• Reproduction for teaching in educational institutions at all …