Workshop: What's Fair? The ABC's of Copyright

104b Russell


Please join us for the following workshops in July:


What's Fair? The ABC's of Copyright, Tuesday, 7/17, 3-4pm


Come join us for an informative workshop on copyright law and how it applies to education. We will discuss its meaning and importance; look at resources that highlight the basic do's and don'ts; and present advisory offices at Teachers College and Columbia University that go deeply into the issues surrounding copyright protection and fair usage. We will address copyright with regard to materials on Course Reserves.


For more information see What's Fair? on rhizr.


Rsvp with your interest and details by Monday, July 16th.


Where: 104b Russell



Academic Integrity, Thursday, 7/12, 3-4pm


From the library-subscribed journal, to the Wikipedia entry in the public domain, it is important to use with honesty, care, and accuracy the resources and information so readily accessible. Please join us for a conversation on academic integrity, a growing concern in higher, straight down to elementary education, and understand the value in adhering to the honor code in research, education, and scholarship.


This workshop will provide useful tips and guidance on plagiarism, helping you take the steps needed to cite others accurately and also make your work your own. We will describe the meaning and implications of plagiarism; distinction between paraphrasing and citing; and ways to avoid plagiarism, as we draw upon campus resources and other relevant sites.


Check out Academic Integrity on rhizr.


Rsvp with your interest and details by Wednesday, July 11th.


Where: 104b Russell




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