In 2008 Georgia State University was sued by three publishers (Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and Sage Publications) for copyright infringement. Activities many academics and librarians felt fell under the Fair Use clause were under attack. Learn what placed Georgia State at risk of copyright violation, what they have done to protect themselves from future litigation, and steps you can take to determine if your practices are in compliance with the Fair Use guidelines. Also, learn what rights you have to retain the copyright of your published works.
Co-sponsored by Center for Teaching and Learning, Educational Technology Center, and McCain Library