Title: Copyright, Creative Commons and Open Educational Resources in a Nutshell: CALA's Spring 2019 Lunch and Learn Workshop
Date: April 9, 2019
Place: Capital District Library Council
Presenter: Valerie Waldin, Associate Professor and College Copyright Officer, Dwight Marvin Library, HVCC
Description: This informative workshop will provide an overview of United States copyright law, including fair use, copying, interlibrary loan, public domain materials, and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The spectrum between public domain and “all rights reserved” will be explored with particular emphasis on Creative Commons principles. Given the global nature of the Internet and rapidly evolving information environment, this presentation will also include an overview of how Creative Commons licensing has promoted widespread open educational resources (OER) initiatives.
Cost: $10 cash or check, covers the cost of the workshop, ziti, salad, beverages, and CAKE! Please bring checks (payable to CDLC) or cash to the event as online payments are not accepted.
Deadline to register: Friday, April 5, 2019
Contact: Kari Kakeh, email email@example.com or phone: 518-438-2500 x 126
*We will be collecting donations for Grassroots Givers at the workshop. Donations are greatly appreciated!
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Receipt and/or proof of attendance available day of the workshop.
Related LibGuide: Capital Area Library Assistants Interest Group