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New! Fair Use Guide

Copyright, fair use and author’s rights are hot topics in higher education. The Committee on Fair Use created a new online educational guide to help clarify these important, but often confusing, issues. The guide offers links to relevant best practices and resources, as well … Continue reading

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Webinar: Fair Use Without Fear in the Academy

The Committee for Fair Use would like to invite you to a webinar made available by the Boston Library Consortium on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 from Noon – 1:30PM in the Library Room 426. “Fair Use Without Fear in the Academy” — February 18, 2014  … Continue reading

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WEBINAR: Helping Students Make Sense of Fair Use

The UMass Dartmouth Committee for Fair Use would like to invite you to a webinar made available by the Boston Library Consortium on Wednesday, January 15 from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in the Library, room 314. Webinar: Helping Students make Sense of Fair Use … Continue reading

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Webinar: Copyright & Fair Use 101

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Copyright & Fair Use in Higher Ed Presentations (9/20)

Click the link below to view the presentations by Marilyn Billings & Laura Quilter, recorded on 9/20/13. Links to the presentation files are located below the video.  Watch the Presentations

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How Fair is Fair Use? Issues from the Front Lines of Copyright, Scholarly Communication, and Open Education

Copyright & Fair Use are hot topics today with recent court cases in the news.  It’s also a topic that brings feelings of confusion and frustration over what we can and can’t do in a digital age. Please join us … Continue reading

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