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Use this inviting site to introduce the concept of "copyright" by answering common questions, defining related terms, and providing sample permission letters.
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Use this inviting site to introduce the concept of "copyright" by answering common questions, defining related terms, and providing sample permission letters.

Use this inviting site to introduce the concept of "copyright" by answering common questions, defining related terms, and providing sample permission letters. Highlighting the planning and work of school yearbook club, this site shows a variety of ways copyright plays a role in creating a single publication.

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