The paper has been published and is available on the Senate website.
Whereas the paper "Copyright, Fair Use, Privacy and Academic Freedom in a Technological World" presents principles and basic information and is not advice to collective bargaining agencies, and
Whereas Resolution 11.01 S99 calls for an additional paper developed in collaboration with collective bargaining agencies to address "areas such as faculty load, class size, compensation and related issues, with regard to distance learning and teaching," and
Whereas the material in this paper provides current information that needs to be made available now because it will date quickly, and
Whereas all changes suggested by reviewing parties have been incorporated into the present draft of the paper,
Resolved that the Academic Senate adopt the paper "Copyright, Fair Use, Privacy and Academic Freedom in a Technological World."