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Presentation
How Networking on Campus Can Increase Copyright Education
Kraemer Copyright Conference (2017)
  • Rebel Cummings-Sauls
  • Rachel Miles, Kansas State University
Abstract
As online academic interactions continue to become more complex in the digital age, interaction with online copyrighted content inevitably increases. As a result, university faculty, researchers, students, and staff have a responsibility to understand how to legally reuse content to avoid copyright infringement incidents. However, campus community members are often unaware of how copyright pertains to their online activities and the potential risks involved in their misuse. Join librarians Rachel Miles and Rebel Cummings-Sauls as they discuss their networking and collaboration efforts on campus to extend copyright education to a wider community at Kansas State University.
Publication Date
June 6, 2017
Citation Information
Rebel Cummings-Sauls and Rachel Miles. "How Networking on Campus Can Increase Copyright Education" Kraemer Copyright Conference (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rebel_cummings-sauls/28/