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Fair Use

Fair Use is the right to use copyrighted works for limited purposes, regardless of whether you have permission to do so. There are no bright line rules for fair use; every use is context specific. This causes lots of anxiety for scholars and we often don't take advantage of fair use when we could. This session will discuss the origins of Fair Use, how it works today, and how to determine if your intended use is "Fair." We will go over examples and participants will be expected to make cases for and against fair use in sample contexts.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
11:00am - 12:30pm
Digital Studio (Rm. 205)
Chestnut Hill Campus
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Digital Scholarship