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Copyright and Creative Commons Workshop, March 7

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Category: Professional Development

Published: 2019-03-04 03:51:34.110

The MC Library and ELITE are partnering to offer a workshop on copyright and Creative Commons.

Thursday, March 7, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., Rockville Campus, Macklin Tower (MT) 205.

In this workshop, copyright is defined and described. Creative Commons, a licensing agent that works with copyright, is also explained. The presenters won't have all the answers but will have resources that will help, including the College's Copyright guide on the library web site and the College's policy on copyright.

Attendees will learn how to update their courses with new content and activities, including locating materials that are copyrighted. Attendees who are interested in locating appropriate open educational resources (OER) and objects that have a license associated with them will learn how to tell what rights they have when using those materials.

At the end of this workshop, attendees will be able to:

Describe copyright
Describe the origins and requirements of copyright
Describe Fair Use and it relationship to copyright
Describe Creative Commons
Differentiate between copyright and Creative Commons
Identify and describe the various Creative Commons licenses
Describe the properties of a proper attribution to Creative Commons material

To register for the class, log into MyMC, go to MCLearns, select Schedule of Classes and Events, and select Pedagogy and Instruction.

Please direct any questions about the workshop to Buddy Muse or Alex Moyer

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