Teaching Fair Use

I gave a workshop this morning for the Loyola University Chicago Libraries. The subject was “Teaching Fair Use,” and it was in celebration of Fair Use Week. The participants included librarians and faculty, and I focused on tips and tricks for teaching fair use. (Of course, we also talked a lot about fair use doctrine.)

I’m posting my slide presentation here in PDF and PowerPoint format. It is licensed under CC-BY 4.0. I’m also posting the handout for a role-playing exercise we did in the second half of the workshop, also CC-BY 4.0.

During the question and answer period, I recommended a few other resources that I find useful when addressing copyright and fair use issues in the academic context. I’m listing them below in case folks are looking for them.

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  1. Pingback: Fair Use: Misconceptions and Examples | Analog

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