Live Webinar Tomorrow Night: Copyright and Fair Use in the Art World and Classroom

Posted on March 9, 2010
Are you looking for ways to incorporate digital media into your teaching? Don’t understand the rules of online copyright and fair use? On Wednesday, March 10  at 8:00 PM ET, join PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0 for a special live webinar that will explore the implications of copyright and fair use laws in the classroom. The seminar will also explore how to share best practices in student media production. During this event, you will have the chance to hear from and interact with filmmaker Kembrew McLeod, whose film Copyright Criminals recently aired on PBS's Independent Lens, renowned law professor Peter Jaszi, and media producers and educators Chris Runde and Joe Fatheree. Also, Annelise Wunderlich, national community engagement and education manager for ITVS, will present film modules and lesson plans based on the film and developed by ITVS Community Classroom. At the close of the live webinar, you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and have a better understanding of what kind of tools and resources are available for your classroom or organization. Bookmark this site and join the live discussion tomorrow at 8:00 PM >>


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