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Webinars for Faculty on Copyright


Copyright in the classroom

This quick 15 minuted video is a guide to decision-making as well as an overview of available resources.

Copyright Essentials for Faculty Webinars (password protected)

The Merrill-Cazier Library, with support of the academic deans and RCDE, hosted a three-part webcast on how copyright and fair use apply to university teaching and research. The webcast series, "Copyright Essentials for Faculty" is designed for faculty, instructional support personnel, and other academic administrators who deal with copyright issues in their day-to-day activities. The three 90-minute archived webcasts cover different aspects of copyright pertinent to faculty, such as course packs, author contracts, creative commons, and copyright in the classroom. The three sessions are:

  1. Copyright for classroom teaching
  2. Copyright regulation outside the classroom (including course packs)
  3. Faculty rights under copyright law (including copyright in your own works, contract considerations, and the Google Books project)

The archive for each session is available online at http://library.usu.edu/acimp/. Access is limited to USU students, faculty and staff, therefore you must be connected to the VPN to view these off-campus.