Title

Making Copyright Work for Teaching: Best Practices

Author'(s) Department(s)

University Libraries

Moderator

Jeffery Huston

Abstract

During this round table, the basics of copyright law will be briefly reviewed. Participants will discuss their experiences with and ideas for using third-party copyrighted materials to enrich course content. Because the TEACH Act, as well as many of the guidelines, can seem restrictive, the Fair Use Doctrine will be a primary focus of the conversation. Participants are encouraged to share their concerns and ask questions regarding current issues such as license restrictions and the impact of recent court cases. An outline of best practice strategies will be provided for making the law work for a variety of teaching scenarios.

Core Theme

Responsibility

Start Date

24-10-2014 9:00 AM

End Date

24-10-2014 10:30 AM

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Oct 24th, 9:00 AM Oct 24th, 10:30 AM

Making Copyright Work for Teaching: Best Practices

During this round table, the basics of copyright law will be briefly reviewed. Participants will discuss their experiences with and ideas for using third-party copyrighted materials to enrich course content. Because the TEACH Act, as well as many of the guidelines, can seem restrictive, the Fair Use Doctrine will be a primary focus of the conversation. Participants are encouraged to share their concerns and ask questions regarding current issues such as license restrictions and the impact of recent court cases. An outline of best practice strategies will be provided for making the law work for a variety of teaching scenarios.