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Do you use images from the Internet in your lecture slides or Moodle postings? Do video, film, or music clips sometimes figure prominently in your classes? Unsure when copyright permission is needed in classroom settings such as these? In this workshop you will find out how to assess whether permission is needed and where you can access copyright-cleared audio-visual content.
Presented by Dr. Rumi Graham, University Copyright Advisor
January 17, 3-4 p.m.
L1114 (top floor of the library)