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Copyright and Attribution Considerations for the Classroom

Clement, Gail and Wrublewski, Donna (2016) Copyright and Attribution Considerations for the Classroom. In: 2016 Caltech Teaching Conference, September 21, 2016, Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished)

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Instructors and students frequently reuse and redistribute other people’s work in their own presentations, lectures, assignments, and other projects. When is this okay and when does this require permission? Is there a difference in using copyrighted materials vs. those distributed under Creative Commons licenses? What is Fair Use and when does it apply in teaching? This session covers the most common misconceptions about copyright in the classroom and provides tips and tools for reusing others’ works effectively and appropriately.

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Deposited By: Donna Wrublewski
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