[Eril-l] Fair use webinars for faculty?
christine at unc.edu
Wed Oct 21 08:54:36 PDT 2015
[Resending; I guess including the rest of the thread in my first attempt made the message too large.]
I forwarded this thread to our Scholarly Communications Officer, who sent this response to share:
Last year, I taught a MOOC, along with my counterparts at Emory and Duke, called Copyright for Educators and Librarians. It's available as on-demand class on the Coursera platform. There are a number of videos and also quizzes and suggested readings. It's possible to use the videos alone, and it's free.
Take a look at https://www.coursera.org/learn/copyright-for-education.
One of the reasons we created this MOOC was to have an alternative to the CCC information. Currently, we're developing a second MOOC on multimedia copyright-film, music, data, and images.
Anne Gilliland JD, MLS
Scholarly Communications Officer
Associate Law Librarian
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
anne_gilliland at unc.edu<mailto:anne_gilliland at unc.edu>
From: Eril-l [mailto:eril-l-bounces at lists.eril-l.org] On Behalf Of Nathan Carlson
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2015 11:33 AM
To: 'eril-l at lists.eril-l.org'
Subject: [Eril-l] Fair use webinars for faculty?
Have you or your libraries recently organized a webinar viewing for your faculty on copyright obligations and fair use? Are there webinars out there that you would recommend, preferably with content updated to reflect recent court decisions?
This is for faculty, not library staff...
E-resources & Discovery Librarian
Metropolitan State University Library
nathan.carlson at metrostate.edu<mailto:nathan.carlson at metrostate.edu>
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