Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, Academic Libraries, Copyright Education
Lightning Talk presented at the Kraemer Copyright Conference 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly changed the teaching environment and has provided both challenges and opportunities for copyright and licensing support. This lightning talk will reflect on the public health crisis’ impact on online teaching, explore copyright and licensing challenges faced by educators, share examples from the University of Central Florida, and provide best practices and tips for outreach and support for those who facilitate copyright information at their institution. It will also reflect on how the pandemic has provided increased interest in open access materials, including openly licensed works and open educational resources, and it will also highlight solutions, such as Controlled Digital Lending, that support online teaching in new and innovative ways.
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Information Technologies & Resources
Orlando (Main) Campus
Norris, Sarah A., "Copyright in a Post-COVID World: How Remote Teaching Has Informed Copyright and Licensing Support" (2021). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 997.