This online course will provide participants with:
- The basic concepts and principles of copyright, including fair use
- Information on copyright risks and best practices
- A general overview of intellectual property
At the conclusion of the online course, participants will be able to:
- Recognize copyrighted materials
- Articulate what rights and obligations are required when using copyrighted materials
- Implement best practices for use of copyrighted materials
- Identify and mitigate the risks of copyright infringement
This course is offered in a flipped format.
- Independent study (asynchronous); 2 hours
- Q&A sessions (synchronous); 1.5 – 3 hours
- May 7, 2018: course opens
- May 7 – May 21: participants learn course material on their own schedule
- May 22, 10:00-11:30am: online panel style Q&A session
- May 24, 2:30-4:00pm: online panel style Q&A session
- (Note: you can choose to attend either Q&A session, or both.)
More information is available at Copyright Overview and Best Practices course information sheetPDF.pdf.
Please note if you are not affiliated with ISU Extension and Outreach, this professional development opportunity is provided to those in our target audience (campus or county-paid staff and faculty, elected council members, and volunteers representing program(s) (e.g. Master Gardener, 4-H) of ISU Extension and Outreach). If you are interested in learning more about the Copyright Overview and Best Practices course and what opportunities may exist, please contact our Copyright Overview and Best Practices course manager, Robin (Brekke) Ertz, at firstname.lastname@example.org.