Summer Workshop: Exploring Your CopyRIGHTS in K-12 Environments
From the services, resources, and programs we provide to how we create and market them, copyright considerations are all around us as information professionals.
However, if you work in K-12 libraries, the issues you face can complicate matters exponentially. Plan to join us for a day-long, in-person workshop to give you the foundation you need to feel more confident in your understanding and application of your rights and responsibilities in our complex information landscape. Our day of learning will include hands-on activities and plenty of time to discuss specific questions or scenarios.
Attendees to this session will have the opportunity to:
- Review the basic concepts of copyright
- Discuss the exceptions for face-to-face classroom instruction
- Explore the concept of fair use & the reuse it offers for educators
Presented by Carla Myers, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries. This workshop is part of the Preservation & Access CE Training Track and is worth 5 CEUs.
The workshop will be on Wednesday, July 29 from 9:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. with an hour long break for lunch on your own. For additional details and registration information, please visit our event page. For event updates or changes, please follow us on social media: @OhioNET.