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Copyright & the Public Domain

Copyright & the Public Domain

Tired of feeling uncertain about copyright? Do you want a “green light” on using creative works in your scholarly works, instructional materials, and web pages?

The public domain is here for you and the rest of humanity! Did you know you can legally reuse, modify, and recreate content in the public domain without violating any copyright laws? It is a valuable resource for scholars, artists, writers, and other creators.

You’re invited to learn about the public domain in the final workshop in the 2017 Fall Interactive Copyright Workshop Series that will help you understand:

  • How the public domain extends the number of diverse and creative resources available to everyone, worldwide
  • Where to find public domain materials
  • How to determine if/when specific materials will pass into the public domain
  • How to dedicate your own creative works to the public domain

To join via Zoom, use this link https://ksu.zoom.us/j/5905348241. If you are connecting via phone, please contact the organizer of the event at ramiles@ksu.edu.

Related LibGuide: Copyright, Fair Use, and More by Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship

Thursday, November 16, 2017
11:00am - 12:00pm
Hale Library, Room 407
Manhattan Campus
  CADS     Graduate  
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Rachel Miles

Rachel Miles, Digital Scholarship Librarian

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