Fair Use Week

Fair Use Week 2017 at Duke

This video highlights how fair use helped facilitate work created in a course at Duke University taught by Professor Karrie Stewart on Global Narratives of HIV/AIDS. Ryan Fitzgerald, one of the students in that course, is interviewed here to talk about how he used material from the Maria de Bruyn collection in Duke’s Rubenstein Library to create a new work commenting on the original.

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UCR Library Fair Use Week Commemoration: Conversations about Copyright, Fair Use and Licensing

UCR Library Fair Use Week Commemoration is scheduled for Wed. Feb. 22, 11:45am-1pm in Rivera Room 403. The event is a conversation and sharing meeting of librarians and instructional designers (ID) at UCR. Librarians and ID’s utilize copyright and fair use issues on a daily basis and can assist faculty instructional design and course preparation by developing deeper understanding of the laws governing fair use. ADDED: A brief presentation about Prof. Juliette Levy’s teaching project using virtual reality to construct “Che’s Village” and the resources to analyze the 1959 Cuban Agrarian Reform.

Rhonda Neugebauer
University of California Riverside Library
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