Copyright Under Quarantine: Blended and Online Learning
As we pivot and adapt in these ever-changing times, libraries are increasing their online services, programs, and learning support. As we transition to offering more online services, programs, and learning support, many people have questions about fair use of material in online content.
Join us for one (or both!) of the webinars in this series to discuss the copyright issues that libraries of all types are facing in our current climate.
The shift to remote education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has raised numerous questions with librarians and educators about how we can lawfully provide students with online access to copyrighted works.
In this free 90-minute webinar we’ll explore options for lawfully using protected works as part of remote and blended instruction. Participants in this session will have the opportunity to:
- Discuss copyright considerations specific to educational and online environments
- Explore options for lawfully connecting students with protected works online
- Review the four factors of fair use and how they can be applied to educational contexts
- Examine common copyright questions and scenarios
Who Should Attend
Any library staff member who is responsible for conducting or supporting online learning and anyone with an interest in the topic.