In its broadest sense, learning can be defined as a process of progressive change from ignorance to knowledge, from inability to competence, and from indifference to understanding.
The Road to Copyright Clarity
Demonstrates "Best Practices" for Teaching & Learning about Copyright and Fair Use
THE ROAD TO COPYRIGHT CLARITY
Presenter: Renee Hobbs, Author of Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning
A Collaboration between the Northeast Ohio Regional Library System and the Media Education Lab
Do you have questions about how copyright and fair use affect you or your patrons? Renee Hobbs will introduce key ideas about copyright as it applies to the work of librarians in public, academic, school and special library contexts. She will answer your questions about copyright, digital media and learning and discuss strategies for using inquiry practices to support people's ability to gain a better understanding of copyright law and apply it to everyday life. These events are free and open to the public.
The Road to Copyright Clarity, Part 3: Tuesday, April 21, 2 - 3 pm EST.
Free Online Webinar
All your questions answered, plus a discussion about copyright and distance learning, YouTube takedowns, DMCA, video "ripping" and more.
The Road to Copyright Clarity, Part 2, Tuesday, March 17, 2 - 3 pm EST
We practiced the reasoning process that is needed to make a fair use determination. We learned more about this important statement from academic librarians on why copyright and fair use need to be extended beyond the usual parameters as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. If you were unable to attend The Road to Copyright Clarity Part 1, you may want to review this 2-page flyer from the Media Education Lab entitled Copyright in Education which offers a brief overview of the content we discussed.
Learning Objectives for Session 2
1. Consider how Section 107 applies to students, educators, librarians, and patrons
2. Practice applying fair use reasoning to a variety of different media types, situations and contexts.
3. Discuss what it means that copyright law is applied "situationally and contextually" in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
MEDIA EDUCATION LAB COPYRIGHT RESOURCES -- see the yellow highlights for the resources we used in this session
The Road to Copyright Clarity, Part 1, Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Learning Objectives for Session 1
1. Understand the purpose of copyright law and its relevance to the work of librarians and their patrons
2. Gain knowledge of some of the different types of misinformation that patrons may have about copyright
3. Appreciate how inquiry learning practices can help empower people with a deeper understanding of how copyright law applies to the everyday practices of work, school and daily life.
About the Presenter
Renee Hobbs is the author of The Library Screen Scene: Film and Media Literacy in Schools, Colleges and Communities (Oxford University Press, 2019), Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning (Corwin/Sage, 2010) and 9 other books about digital and media literacy education. Professor and Director of the Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island's Harrington School of Communication and Media, Professor Hobbs co-directs URI's Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy. She is a educator, researcher and activist who advances the quality of media literacy education in the United States and around the world and serves as Founding Editor of the Journal of Media Literacy Education.