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Keep Calm and Don't Get Sued: Using Content Ethically and Legally

Keep Calm and Don't Get Sued: Using Content Ethically and Legally

Are you posting photos online? Writing blog posts? Making videos? Writing research papers? It’s likely that you use copyrighted content every day. Did you know that even simply posting a photo online can be copyright infringement? Maximum damages can reach up to $100,000! Fortunately, there are simple alternatives, and we can teach you how to navigate the complex web of copyrighted content—without sacrificing creativity and innovation!

 

The Library and Beyond is a free workshop series featuring resources, tools and skills that will help you cut through the clutter so you can succeed in the classroom (and at life!). The series' content is geared to undergraduates, but all are welcome to attend.

Date:
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Time:
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Hale Library, Room 407
Campus:
Manhattan Campus
Categories:
CADS Undergraduate
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Rachel Miles

Rachel Miles, Digital Scholarship Librarian

Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship

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