Webinar: Still Confused? A Conversation about Copyright, Fair Use and Remix Culture

Renee Hobbs Shows How Librarians Guide Learners & Colleagues to Ethical Use and Creation of New Media 

Sponsored by LibraryLinkNJ, the New Jersey Library Cooperative. 


DATE: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 

TIME: 2:30-4:00 PM (1.5 CEU Hours) 

FEE: No Charge!

Audience: For all types of librarians.

After this program, you will be able to: 

·         Explain how copyright and fair use apply to digital learning

·         Discuss the purpose of Creative Commons licensing

·         Apply the Code of Best Practices to guide better decision-making about how fair use applies to instructional practices in K-12 education
·         Teach others about copyright and fair use

·         Advocate for copyright and fair use locally, regionally and nationally

About the Presenters: Renee Hobbs is a nationally-recognized expert on copyright and fair use, is the founder of Temple University's Media Education Lab, and is the author of Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning (Corwin, 2010). Joyce Valenza is the Teacher Librarian at Springfield Township High School (PA) and writes and speaks often on topics concerning 21st century school librarianship at SLJ's NeverEnding Search blog.

LibraryLinkNJ -- The New Jersey Library Cooperative


To register: Call the office at 732-752-7720/866-505-5465, or go to: http://www.infolink.org/services/education_and_training/registration_form/      


Presented by Renee Hobbs, Temple University’s Media Education Lab and Joyce Valenza, Springfield Township (PA) High School and SLJ’s NeverEnding Search