Copyright Essentials for Faculty
Faculty and staff are invited to learn how to appropriately apply copyright law in their daily activities in a 3 part series of webcasts.
How copyright and fair use laws apply to teaching is not always clear. The increasing ease of copying and distribution of digital materials raises the stakes even more. Faculty often do not have access to the resources and support they need to sort those challenges out.
SESSION 1: COPYRIGHT FOR CLASSROOM TEACHING
Monday, April 12, 2010: 1:00-2:30 P.M. – Library 108
Topics include: copyright in the live classroom; copyright in the virtual classroom: the TEACH Act; using course management systems and social media for teaching
SESSION 2: COPYRIGHT REGULATION OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
Wednesday, April 14, 2010: 1:00-2:30 P.M. –SSB 549
Topics Include: Fair Use Guidelines and Best Practices; course packs and e-reserves; TEACH Act
SESSION 3: FACULTY RIGHTS UNDER COPYRIGHT LAW
Friday, April 16, 2010: 1:00-2:30 P.M. – Library 108
Topics Include: determining ownership of copyrighted works; copyright and your own works; contracts and licensing; open access; implication or faculty of the Creative Commons and the Google Book Project
Donna L. Ferullo, J.D., Director, University Copyright Office & Associate Professor of Library Science, Perdue University
Stephen J. McDonald, J.D., General Counsel, Rhode Island School of Design
Kevin L. Smith, J.D., Scholarly Communications Officer; Perkins Library, Duke University
Sponsored by: the Office of University Counsel, EKU Libraries, EKU IT and Student Life.
For more information, please contact Betina.Gardner@eku.edu or call (859) 622-2014.