Title

The Development Of The Copyright Law And A Survey Of Contemporary Educational Practices As They Relate To The Law

Date of Award

1968

Degree Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (EdD)

Department

Teaching and Leadership

Advisor(s)

Kenneth N. Fishell

Keywords

Teacher education, ethics

Subject Categories

Curriculum and Instruction

Abstract

Explores the conflict of interest which educators have regarding the ideal of teaching by example, including scrupulous adherence to existing law (such as copyright law), versus the ideal of teaching using ALL available resources.--Page 2.

Comments

Title on signatures page: A study of teachers and teacher preparatory college seniors comparing their judgments of instructional practices using copyrighted materials and examining the historical evolution of those practices in relation to the copyright law and the pressures for revision of the law

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