Copyright and Fair Use: Trends and Resources for 21st-Century Scholars

Thursday, January 12 | 4:30PM–5:30PM | Harborside Ballroom B
Session Type: Professional Development
With the increasing use of images, music, and other kinds of audio-visual resources as well as the delivery of course content through online course management systems like Blackboard, we are facing challenges as to what constitutes fair use and what doesn't. This discussion session will cover major trends and challenges in copyright and fair use and will share resources including an electronic toolkit created by Johns Hopkins.


  • Joan Cheverie

  • Chella Vaidyanathan

    History Librarian and Curator of 19th-21st Century Rare Books & Manuscripts, The Johns Hopkins University

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