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Copyright Law and Your Academic Work
Media is any form of research output that is recorded and played. This is most commonly video, but can be audio or 3D representations.
Copyright law has important and immediate consequences for all research and teaching at the university. Copyright law gives instant and automatic protection to the new works we create, and to the materials we find on the Internet, in the library, and through digital databases. The law grants rights, but the law also allows "fair use" of protected works. This session will be a wide-ranging exploration of issues of direct importance to academic work. It will also be a chance to explore creative options that can better serve your needs. Bring your questions, and expect a lively and productive discussion!