Copyright and Faculty Rights Two-Part Webcast Viewing at the Library
March 2 & 9, Noon-1:30 p.m.
Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room, Edmon Low Library
Feb. 24, 2012
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -The OSU Library and GPSGA will host a viewing of this two-part webcast by Academic Impressions. It is free and open to the public.
Faculty, students, instructional support personnel and other academic administrators are invited to join us for both sessions to help increase understanding around the challenges and solutions of applying copyright law in classrooms, research and scholarship.
Handouts | March 2 Recording (available at a later date)
March 2 Session: Faculty Use of Copyright
- Copyright in the live classroom
- Copyright in the virtual classroom
- Teaching with the TEACH Act
- The special problem of films and other audiovisual materials
- Opportunities and risks of social media sites
- Fair use of copyrighted works
- Fair use in course management systems
- Classroom guidelines for copies
- Fair use in research
March 9 Session: Faculty Ownership of Copyright
- Principles of copyright ownership
- Copyright in your own works and publications
- Steps to protect and manage your copyright
- Publication agreements
- Licensing requirements
- Open content requirements
- Control, use, and licensing
This session will cover these topics in general sense that might apply to faculty and researchers anywhere in the US. John Price, Assistant University Council, from OSU’s Legal Counsel office will be on hand to participate in OSU-specific discussion following the presentation.Before the webcast, presenters will send a summary of the relevant copyright statutes and regulations. If you would like to familiarize yourself with the law prior to participating please send an email with the subject line “webcast” to email@example.com.
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Last Updated: 24 February 2012