Scholarly Communication, Copyright, Fair Use, Public Domain, Creative Commons Licenses
This book chapter addresses the importance of copyright training and education and aims to provide case studies and scenarios that demonstrate effective opportunities for engaging librarians in various library departments in issues of copyright. In particular, the chapter will explore the University of Central Florida’s (UCF) unique intersection between subject librarians and scholarly communication, as well as the Office of Scholarly Communication’s efforts to provide internal copyright training to librarians across the institution.
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Norris, Sarah A.; Tierney, Barbara G.; and Dubach, Lily, "Why Every Librarian Should Know About Copyright: Creating Copyright Training Opportunities for Librarians at Your Institution" (2019). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 866.