Evolutions in Scholarship

Confused about copyright? Coursera has a course for that

Monday, June 9, 2014 4:09 pm

This summer, three of my esteemed scholarly communication colleagues – Kevin Smith (Duke), Lisa Macklin (Emory), and Anne Gilliland (UNC) – will be teaching Copyright for Educators and Librarians. This course aims to provide an overview of U.S. copyright law “to empower teachers and librarians at all grade levels.” If you’ve ever wanted to know more about copyright, particularly if you’ve felt hampered in your teaching because you were fearful of copyright, I encourage you to sign up. I’m taking the course because I always learn something new when Kevin, Lisa, and Anne present, and because copyright is fun!

Comments

  1. Love to see librarians in the MOOC space!

  2. I’m there.


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