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Copyright and Fair Use Workshop for Faculty - Brian Quinn and Camille Thomas

Copyright and Fair Use for Faculty

Abstract:

Copyright and fair use issues are becoming more important in higher education. Scholars are using digital media along with traditional paper media, and this has resulted in an increasingly complex environment for intellectual property and issues related to ownership and access. This workshop takes a practical approach to determining copyright and fair use. It is designed to provide faculty and researchers with the tools that they need to navigate the sometimes rocky landscape of intellectual property and arrive at a reasonable understanding of what they can and cannot do to be in compliance with current copyright practice, as well as how they can protect their rights as authors.

Bullet Points:

  • Learn what you can and cannot do with copyrighted works

  • Find out what Fair Use allows you to do in educational settings

  • Investigate case studies in academic settings to prepare yourself

  • Acquire a set of online tools that help you evaluate your rights

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will know who the copyright librarian is and how to contact her

  • Will understanding the definition of copyright and fair use

  • Will learn about four factor analysis and how to apply it to real world situations

  • Will learn the best online tools to use for evaluating copyright issues

Audience: Faculty

Date/time: Friday, Aug. 25, 2:00-4:00 pm

Presenters: Camille Thomas, Brian Quinn

Related LibGuide: Copyright by Camille Thomas

Date:
Friday, August 25, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Lab 150
Campus:
University Library
Categories:
Workshops
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Event Organizer

Denise Caspell

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