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COE Research Brown Bag: "Copyright, Creative Commons and Affordable Learning"

Dr. Nancy Remler recently completed a certificate in Creative Commons and is willing to do a professional development brown bag session on October 18th, 1-2pm, in UH 259 (University Hall, Armstrong) for those interested. Below please see the abstract for details about the session. This is a great opportunity to learn more about how to reduce instructional costs for our students! Please RSVP by October 7th to Ingrid Mateo-Anderson at imateoanderson@georgiasouthern.edu
 

Copyright, Creative Commons and Affordable Learning

While the cost of textbooks continues to rise, the USG encourages its institutions to design and promote more low-cost/no-cost courses. However, the nebulous landscape of copyright restrictions leaves many faculty confused. What are the legal and most appropriate ways to choose free or low-cost materials? Which sources require permission to reproduce? Which ones are restriction free? This workshop will provide an overview of copyright restrictions, fair use, and the various creative-commons licenses that make course design and delivery more flexible and affordable.

Friday, October 18 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

University Hall (Armstrong Campus), 259
11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419

Event Type

Lectures and Guest Speakers

Campus

Armstrong Campus

Colleges

College of Education

Hashtag

#COEResearchBrownBag

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