Online Fridays @ the Library: Copyright: Respecting the Rights of Others and Protecting your Own
When is it ok to download, rip, stream, copy, distribute, or perform art, music, or scholarship created by others? What happens if you do something that’s not OK? What about your own creations? Should you assign your rights to your publisher, or retain some for yourself? We can’t give you legal advice, but we can point you to guides that will help you thread your way through the U.S. Copyright landscape.
Anne Barker, Research & Instructional Services Librarian
This session is available online live on Zoom: https://mizzou.zoom.us/j/111472348
A strong Internet connection is recommended. Please login at least 10 minutes early to go through the onscreen setup process.
Related LibGuide: Copyright by Anne Barker
- Friday, March 16, 2018
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Online Workshop