Most people know librarians and educators have special rights under the copyright laws, but can they easily recite them? Join the league of people who can!
Presented by WNYLRC's "Ask the Lawyer" attorney, Stephanie Adams, this 90-minute, illustrated, live and interactive session will help you learn and remember the special rights of librarians, archivists, and educators. We'll cover the basics of copyright (what it protects), and then dive into how to use the exceptions built into the law to encourage the free flow of ideas, education, and scholarship.
Attendees will learn to rattle off the differences between Copyright Act Sections 106, 107, 108, 109 and 110--and explore the implications of those exceptions on issues like purchasing and licensing--in 90 fun and informative minutes.
To increase our interactivity during a time of isolation, attendees will have the opportunity to submit a question to be answered during this webinar during registration! In order to be considered, questions should be sent in by May 11 at 12PM.
Free to ESLN Members. Please note that this webinar will not be recorded. All attendees will have the option to request a certificate of attendance for one hour and 30 minutes of CE credit.
If you have any questions, contact Tina Broomfield (RRLC), Carolyn Bennett Glauda (SENYLRC), or Caitlin Kenney (WNYLRC).