The third annual Fair Use Week, sponsored by the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC), is here!
Wait, what is Fair Use? To paraphrase from the Harvard University OGC Copyright website, Fair Use is the right to use a copyrighted work under certain conditions without permission of the copyright owner to prevent a rigid application of copyright law that would stifle the very creativity the law is designed to foster.
There are many events underway–here are some highlights!
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries webinar, Mitigating Risk at the Front Lines: The Library Copyright First Responders Program at 2:00; Speaker, Kyle K. Courtney
Florida State University’s Publish or Perish: Conversations on Academic Publishing Symposium keynote address, “Where Will Publishing Be in 2030? A Look to the Future” at 2:45; Speaker, Kyle K. Courtney
Florida State University Institute on Copyright in Higher Education keynote address, “Fair Use: Past, Present, and Future of a Critical Legal Right” at 9:20 (watch the live webcast); Speaker Kyle K. Courtney
Find the full details for the week at the OSC Fair Use Week website.