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Presenter: Sherri Michaels, Intellectual Property Librarian
Description: This presentation will help graduate students understand the importance of copyright law and how it impacts you as both author and instructor. From the author point of view, we’ll discuss publishing articles as well as your dissertation and the role copyright plays in publishing. We’ll also look at some licensing and publishing agreements including creative commons licensing. From the instructor point of view, we’ll look at teaching and classroom use of copyrighted materials. We’ll look at in-class use as well as making materials available on-line outside of class. (Please note: The information provided in this workshop is not legal advice and is not meant to substitute for professional legal counsel.)
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