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by Chris Clark

Cathy Schulz, my colleague in the OpenCourseware project, works hard to guarantee that materials she publishes online are legal to share. For example, faculty members send her images they use in the classroom, where fair use applies. Before an image can be shared with the world, though, Cathy has to find out who owns it. That can be very tricky when the instructor can’t remember where they got the image – or when the “source” has used someone else’s image without permission.

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