Fair Use

Doing some research? Brush up on your Copyright knowledge!

Posted by on September 29, 2017

Public domain, fair use, academic exemption, DMCA, the TEACH act—there’s a lot to know about copyright law in the United States! As you begin putting your research together into a formal paper, it’s good to refresh yourself on this body of copyright law. Roger Weaver,  the Scholarly Communications Librarian at Missouri S&T, has prepared a fantastic […]

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TLT Conference 2009: Dr. Margaret Gunderson

Posted by on April 8, 2009

Digital Citizenship – Promoting Academic Honesty and Accessibility [Evaluate this presentation] This session will focus on planning and designing courses to encourage academic honesty and appropriate accessibility.  The discussion will revolve around the rights and responsibilities for basic legal or policy issues impacting students and instructors in higher education today.  Specific topics will include cheating […]

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Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video

Posted by on July 10, 2008

It is common today for people, students, to make and share videos to tell stories, complete projects or start debates. The internet and websites like YouTube have helped to make it so much easier to share these video creations. This digital platform allows "old" culture to be transformed into new and for a generation to […]

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