Many of us in academia have traditionally relied on educational fair use to justify using copyrighted materials in our classrooms. But with the explosive growth of digital networks, many scholars are ready to change the rules of the game—not using traditional copyright at all. Find out about copyleft, creative commons licensing, what ‘open’ and ‘free’ really mean, and how these movements are already producing a radically different climate of scholarship, ownership, and sharing of ideas in the academy and around the globe.
The accompanying presentation is available at docs.google.com/presentation/d/1KvpDOx8WZ2YGl-ZqN7eeRCr5Omk2X1vO9BV2LIwYy28/edit?usp=sharing
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