Join the OSU Libraries’ Copyright Resources Center for weekly lunch & learn discussions to accompany the upcoming massive open online course (MOOC) “Copyright for Educators & Librarians.” The free online course is available on Coursera and will run from July 21-August 18. The OSU discussion group will meet each Thursday from 12-1pm for the duration of the course to review each week’s material and discuss any questions you might have. This is a great opportunity to review or learn for the first time about copyright issues and questions affecting teaching, libraries, and education.
The “Copyright for Educators & Librarians” MOOC will be taught by Kevin Smith from Duke University, Anne Gilliland (formerly of OSU) from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and Lisa Macklin from Emory University. Learn more about the course and sign up for the MOOC here: https://www.coursera.org/course/cfel
Sandra Enimil and Jessica Meindertsma from the OSU Libraries’ Copyright Resources Center will host weekly discussions in Thompson Library, Room 150A each Thursday from 12-1pm (bring your lunch!) for the duration of the course. If you would like to participate from a regional campus, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can arrange for web conferencing. All participants please RSVP to LibCopyright@osu.edu.
OSU discussion group details:
- 12-1 pm on Thursdays for the duration of the course: July 24, July 31, August 7, August 14
- OSU Columbus Campus, Thompson Library, Room 150A
- Feel free to bring your lunch
- All participants please RSVP to LibCopyright@osu.edu
By Jessica Meindertsma, Rights Management Specialist at the Copyright Resources Center, The Ohio State University Libraries