Conversations about Learning in the Cloud

Using Copyrighted Work in your Course and Scholarship

On November 19, the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute is hosting a brown-bag presentation featuring Brandy Karl, Penn State's new copyright officer. Brandy serves as the expert in copyright, fair use, Teach Act and other related issues for the University Libraries. Prior to Penn State, Brandy served as a fellow at Stanford Law School's center for Internet and Society and Fair Use Project. She has also been an attorney extern at the Federal Communications Commission’s Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis. Karl has her master of laws from Georgetown University Law Center and her juris doctor from Boston University School of Law.

Join Us!

Thursday, Nov. 19th, 12-1:30pm

413 Earth and Engineering Sciences Building

BYOL: Feel free to bring your lunch and eat during this session.

Can't make it in person?? Join us via Web

  • Call-in number: 1-877-863-0551 (you'll need both for visuals and audio)

Questions? Please contact event organizer Sing Wong.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

About eConversations

eConversations is an initiative that grew out of the Faculty Engagement Subcommittee of the Online Coordinating Council. We try to bring together classroom practitioners to solve online dilemmas, but often find these cross over to residential and hybrid courses as well. We welcome all in the spirit in engaging in critical conversations to improve the student and faculty experience in the matter where!