Free Stuff for Your Class: Alternatives to Paying for Copyrighted Material

Time: 5/1/2012 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: Viking Union 567

Learn how to stop paying for copyright clearance. This session will show how to legally use materials already owned by the library for courses and also look at open access options and the public domain.

Also, we will explore the plethora of “free stuff” (e.g., graphics, video, audio, text) your students can legally access and use for assignments and presentations in your class. Join us for a discussion of best practices and instructional strategies for boosting creativity and professionalism in student work.

Join us for this presentation by Michael Lorenzen (Western Libraries) and Justina Brown (Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment), and get a sneak preview of a video on using Creative Commons licensed materials created by the Student Tech Center.

No registration required. Since this is during the Noon hour, brown bag lunches are welcomed.



For more information please contact: Michael Lorenzen   360-650-4449