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Lawrence Lessig on Copyright

Lawrence Lessig, professor of law at Harvard University and noted copyright expert, speaks to us about the culture of new technology and how it has changed the way people create and collaborate with each other.  His book, Remix, is available in our library (Call Number:   KF3020.L47).

In this video, Professor Lessig delivers the keynote at EDUCAUSE09, November 5, 2009, Denver, a talk titled "It Is About Time: Getting Our Values Around Copyright" and used here under a Creative Commons license.

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