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Time: 02/23/2018: 4:00PM–5:30PM Location: Room 512
Workshop Leaders: Emily M. Lanza, Library of Congress; Nathan Budoff, College Board, Puerto Rico and Latin America Office
This workshop will provide participants with the opportunity, through collaborative, discussion-based exercises, to learn about various copyright issues relating to making and using visual images. In particular, it will address what is copyrightable, the benefits and procedures related to copyright registration, and the options and responsibilities related to licenses (including Creative Commons licensing) versus relying on fair use. The workshop will equip professional artists and art historians with the practical tools to respond to these copyright questions as they affect their work.
Workshop Specializations: Legal Issues or Estate Planning, Publishing and/or Editing, Documentation-Digitization-Archiving Strategies
Required Workshop Materials: None.
Registration cap: 30
Workshops; Professional Development
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