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Copyright in the Classroom

Copyright in the Classroom

As educators we are faced with copyright issues on a daily basis. Whether it’s an image selection for a lecture or debating whether or not to copy a print source for a handout, understanding copyright informs how we teach. We want to help answer your copyright questions.

Join librarians Elizabeth Brown, director of assessment and scholarly communications, and Aleshia Huber, engineering librarian, for a discussion on copyright as it pertains to lectures, in-class materials, myCourses (formerly Blackboard), course reserves and Web or social media resources. Refreshments will be provided.

Registration is required.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
DC-223 (University Downtown Center)
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Elizabeth Brown

Director of Assessment and Scholarly Communications
Bartle Library LS-2504C

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Aleshia Huber

102F Science Library
(607) 777-4902