Laura N. Gasaway

Libraries, Digital Content and Copyright, 12 Vanderbilt J. Ent. & Tech. L. 755 (2010).

Copyright Basics:  From Earliest Times to the Digital Age, accepted for publication in the Wake Forest Intell. Prop. L.J., 2010 [forthcoming].

Libraries and Copyright at the Dawn of the 20th Century:  The 1909 Copyright Act, accepted for publication in 12 N.C.J.L.& Tech. 2010 [forthcoming].

A Defense of the Public Domain:  A Scholarly Essay, 101 Law Libr. J. 451 (2009).

Amending the Copyright Act for Libraries and Society:  The Section 108 Study Group, 70 Albany L.Rev. 1331 (2007).

Electronic Reserves and Copyright:  A Collision Course?  in THE CENTER FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY HANDBOOK (ed. Kimberly M. Bonner 2006).

Law Librarians Lobby for Library Users, in
THE SPIRIT OF LAW LIBRARIANSHIP READER (Roy M. Mersky & Richard A. Leiter, 2d ed. 2005).

Copyright Ownership & the Impact on Academic Libraries,
13 DePaul-LCA J. Arts & Ent. L. & Pol’y  277 (2003).

America's Cultural Record:  A Thing of the Past?
40 Hous. L. Rev. 643 (2003).
The New Right  of Access and Its Impact on Libraries and Library Users, 10 J. Intell. Prop. L. 269 (2003).

The New Right  of Access and Its Impact on Libraries and Library Users, 10 J. Intell. Prop. L. 269 (2003).

Libraries, Users, and the Problems of Authorship in the Digital Age, 52 DePaul L. Rev. 1193 (2003).

Copyright Considerations for Electronic Reserves, in
MANAGING ELECTRONIC RESERVES 109 (Jeff Rosedale, ed. 2002).

Drafting a Copyright Ownership Policy,
Technology Source, March-April (2002).

Distance Learning and Copyright:  An Update
49 J. Copyright Soc'y 195 (2001).

Anti-Circumvention:  A View from Librarians and Educators,
103 Proceedings of the ALAI Congress, June 13-17, 2001.

Balancing Copyright Concerns:  The Teach Act of 2001
36 Educause Review, Policy@edu, Nov-Dec. 2001.

Copyright and Sound Recordings:  Overview and Update,
32 ARSC J. 217  (2001).

Impasse:  Distance Learning and Copyright
62 Ohio State L.J. 783 (2001).

Values Conflict in the Digital Environment:  Librarians Versus Copyright Holders,
24 Columbia  VLA J.L. & Arts 115  (2000).

Change--The Only Certainty in Copyright,
2000 BOWKER ANNUAL 194-207 (2000).

The Year in Copyright,
12 Against the Grain, Feb. 2000, at 1, 16-18.

Copyright Considerations for Fee-Based Document Delivery Services
10 J. Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Info. Supply 75-92 (1999).

Guidelines for Distance Learning and Interlibrary Loan:  Doomed and More Doomed,
50 J. Am. Soc’y Info. Sci. 1337-41 (1999).

Distance Learning and Copyright: Is a Solution in Sight?,
22 CAUSE/EFFECT 6-8, 25 (1999).

Copyright, the Internet, and Other Legal Issues,
49 J. Amer. Soc'y Info. Science 1003-09 (1998).

Distance Learning and Copyright,
1 J.  of  Libr. Service for Distance Educ. at June, 1998.

Fair Use for Faculty-created Multimedia,
6 Info. Comm. Tech. L. 153-73 (1997).

Is Coursepack Copying Fair Use?,
7 Info. Outlook 36-39 (1997).

The White Paper, Fair Use, Libraries and Educational Institutions,
31 Serials Libr.  211-20 (1997).

Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials in the Practice of Law,
N. C. State Bar J. 12-15 (1996).

Copyright and Interlibrary Loan: The Uneasy Case for the Digital Future,
22 Col. Libr. 14-17 (1996).

Libraries, Educational Institutions, and Copyright Proprietors: The First Collision on the Information Highway, 22 J. of Acad. Librarianship 337-44 (1996).