Educators benefit from learning how copyright applies to digital learning. Renee Hobbs spreads copyright clarity by deepening your understanding of the doctrine of fair use. There's no doom and gloom in this presentation. It's not about what you can't do, but what you and your students CAN do. Learn how to clear up copyright confusion and understand your responsibilities and rights under copyright law, especially in relationship to students' use of digital media, mass media and popular culture.
Hobbs Addresses Educators at Florida International University in Miami
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