As microcomputers continue to proliferate and become more important in agriculture, educators must understand copyright laws if they are to use software effectively and legally. Word processors, databases, spreadsheets and agricultural software are all used to provide students with practical computing experience. As a result, copyright laws effect which software packages are chosen for the classroom, and methods of copy protection create special problems in the classroom setting.



copyright law, computer software in agriculture

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