Copyright and Fair Use of Digital Images

Date(s) - 09/02/2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm



Do you use digital photos and clip art for your library projects? Do you search the Web for pictures to use? Wondering how copyright laws apply to images? Then this webinar is for you! Learn how to reproduce digital images while avoiding copyright infringement and keeping your libraries safe from potential lawsuits. Discover how to take advantage of fair-use exceptions in the law by analyzing a range of copyright scenarios. Understand Creative Commons licenses and the public domain, and apply your knowledge to locate quality digital images that are free and legal for you to use. This training will prepare you to discover and share top-quality, copyright-compliant images @ your library.

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Instructor Bio ~ Michael Rodriguez
Michael Rodriguez is the E-Learning Librarian at Hodges University, with the faculty rank of Assistant Professor. He manages the library’s digital services and resources, including 130-plus databases and licensing agreements, the library website, and the ILS. He also teaches and tutors students and provides copyright guidance to faculty. In his off hours, Michael blogs and runs social media for the national Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) and reviews nonfiction for Library Journal. He is also an avid kayaker.


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