Webinar on Best Practices for Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom

Do you plan to show music and movies in your courses? Are you teaching a distance-education course and need advice on copyright? Not sure if course materials are considered fair use? Come to: Navigating Fair Use in Higher Ed: Keys to Correct Usage in Your Courses, Thursday, November 3, 2011, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET, in LN-1324C.

Kevin Smith, Scholarly Communications Officer, Duke University, and a frequent writer and speaker on copyright law in higher education, will summarize clear instructions for making fair use determinations, avoiding fines & fees, and using streaming video and multimedia in the classroom. This session is jointly sponsored by the Binghamton University Libraries and the Harpur College Dean’s Office.

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