Fair Use Deep Dive: Exploring the Four Factors

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Indiana State Library
Live Online

Event Details

Description: Librarians often want to use materials protected by copyright in library programming or when providing library service. When the protected work isn’t in the public domain and a license can’t reasonably be obtained, you may wonder whether the intended use would fall under the fair use exception. Fair use is a fact-sensitive, flexible standard, so applying it may be a little daunting and confusing. In this webinar, we’ll walk through the four fair use factors in detail and then practice doing a fair use analysis using a simple example. You’ll leave this webinar feeling more comfortable with conducting a fair use evaluation and documenting your results.

This program is eligible for 1 LEU which will be emailed to you following the webinar.

This program will be recorded.

Presenter: Rose Shingledecker, Certification Program Director/Legal Consultant, Indiana State Library

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7HIS4dknSjGVeq4qtPpfAw

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Event Type(s): ISL Webinar
Presenter: Rose Shingledecker
Rose Shingledecker
(317) 234-6217