Fair Use Week, Day Four: Stream It!

Today I’d like to highlight some webinars and videos that focus on fair use and its importance. The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has put up links to five different videos on fair use from ARL Libraries. The videos cover the application of fair use to accomplish specific projects, discuss the ways in which fair use contributes to scholarly discourse, or outline the balance of rights within copyright.

If you’d like to move beyond fair use into some of the other copyright realms, check out the CopyTalk webinars hosted by the American Library Association’s Office for Information Technology Policy. You can view the archived webcasts as well as the PowerPoint slides. These webinars cover a broad range of copyright-related topics, including important court cases, the Trans Pacific Partnership, copyright information at Universities, fan fiction, music and copyright, and more.

Add a little irony to your day. One more just for fun (sorry, no video!): Sony Music Issues Takedown on Copyright Lecture about Music Copyrights by Harvard Law Professor. When you read the article, you’ll see that it seems a very strong case for fair use, but the takedown happened. Unfortunate.

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