> Kinko's can be funny about making copies from books, no downright humorous.
> I don't do any transparencies there but I do have them make copies on their
> "zoomer" (poster size) copy machine. Once in a while they have me fill out a
> form to remove them of liability even though it's for the classroom and
> teachers have a right to copy portions of books for instructional use. One
> time I tried to explain how I was going to use this enlarged copy of Ben
> Shahn's self-portrait and I was misunderstood, the guy said, "oh, I
> understand, Ben is one of your students, it's ok then I can make the copy."
> I just let it drop and took my copy. Thank goodness their new color copiers
> are self serve so we don't have the hassle with them about all my color
> copies. By the way I hope everybody keeps the receipts from kinkos for tax
> deductions as a nonreimbursible expense. Woody Duncan
> Barbara Hall wrote:
> > Hey Yall,
> > I have been in the archives and cant seem to find what I think was Bunki's
> > information regarding Kinkos making transparencies from books for
> > educational use only. Has anyone done this? Were the Kinkos folks uptight
> > about doing this or was it no big deal? How much was it?
> > Lots of Questions
> > Amanda Linn
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