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Copyrighted Material in the Classroom: Making fair use work for you and your students

When: February 22, 2017
Campus Location: Peter J. Shields Library
Room: 205 (Library Instruction Room)
Cost: Free
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Event Type: Free Events, Workshops and Training
Presented by: Shields Library
Sponsored by: University Library

This workshop is for faculty only: Do you have questions about incorporating video, audio or images into your classes, sharing course readings and materials, or crafting multimedia assignments for your students? The library’s scholarly communications officer will address your frequently asked questions about copyright and fair use in face-to-face and online classrooms. Workshop participants will learn in a hands-on workshop how to better understand copyright as it relates to instruction and how to apply fair use principles when using copyrighted materials.

Facilitator: Michael Wolfe, University Library.

Light lunch provided to registrants.


Open Access and Scholarly Publishing


copyright fair use