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PLAN – Advanced Copyright for Library Staff

Become your library’s copyright point person! Discover how copyright laws restrict use and increase costs of ebooks, streaming media, and other online resources. Get tips on interpreting vendor contracts and negotiating more flexible digital licensing agreements. Learn to make the … Continue reading

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PLAN – Copyright Fundamentals for Library Staff

Copyright poses challenges for librarians seeking to navigate a maze of restrictions and exemptions in federal law. Attend this webinar to learn the fundamentals of the law and how librarians can excel at their jobs without infringing anyone’s copyright. Know … Continue reading

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Fair Use Part 2: Creative Commons Licenses and Media Labeled for Reuse

Many digital content creators WANT you to reuse their media, which broadens your classroom opportunities far beyond Fair Use. These licenses are particularly important for online publication where copyrighted materials cannot be utilized since it may impact the owner’s rights. … Continue reading

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Fair Use Part 1: Copyright Law and Best Practices for Educators

In the past few years, educational Fair Use guidelines have undergone major revisions expanding opportunities for teachers and students to use copyrighted materials. Common Core Standards specify digital media use and publication, implying fair use will be a common topic … Continue reading

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Special Copyright Issues for Social Media: 2-Part Webinar (NEFLIN)

Wednesdays, May 15 and 22, 2-3:30 pm ET on your DESKTOP You must attend both sessions. For details or to register see http://a3.acteva.com/orderbooking/bookEvent/A332045 

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Copyright in the Digital Age for Librarians – PLAN

Some of the greatest challenges for librarians in the current digital world involve copyright law. What is protected by copyright in the Internet environment? Who owns what? How does fair use apply in this environment? How do I help my … Continue reading

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Copyright Law Update 2011: Ebooks, Google Books, Patron Requests and New International Developments

Thursday, June 9, 2011, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT Registration is not required. More information and access information is available online. The link to this program will be available at 2:30 on June 9, 2011. Do you: Understand the … Continue reading

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Copyright Policies (Online) (NEFLIN)

Thursday, July 21, 2:00 – 3:30 pm on your DESKTOP You’ve heard the term “copyright policy” time and again. But do you need one? What IS a “copyright policy” anyway?  What purpose does it serve? How do you draft one, … Continue reading

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Finding, Using and Publishing Creative Commons Works (Online) (NEFLIN)

Friday, April 1, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Have you ever seen a great photo, video or document online that you wished you could use, but were unsure if the copyright would allow it? Creative Commons licenses allow content creators to … Continue reading

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Copyright for Libraries – (in Hendry Co.)

Are you aware of the five rights only a copyright owner has? ―Fair Use doesn’t protect you if you don’t know these three important issues. Do you believe everything out-of-print can be copied? Do you know when it’s illegal to … Continue reading

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