April 2014, Intellectual property ownership, fair use and academic freedom. Searching for the elusive balance.

Wednesday, April 16th 2014 11:30am to 1:00pm

Italian American Center

copy of presentation

John Ellis had planned to talk about Creative Commons, but we ran out of time. He has generously gave us some information:

Creative Commons is a non-profit group that encourages the creators of works to allow others to share and build upon their creative works. Creative Commons licensing includes several options for the creators. They can require that users attribute their work when used, attribute and share alike, attribute but do not create derivative works, attribute but do not use for commercial purposes, attribute but do not use for commercial purposes and share alike, attribute but do not use for commercial purposes and do not create derivative works. Wikipedia uses Creative Commons licensing.

http://us.creativecommons.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_commons

John R. Ellis
Executive Director Information Technology Services
The College of Saint Rose

 

Speakers

John Ellis

Executive Director of Information Technology Services (ITS) at The College of Saint Rose

Lucy Prashker

Managing Partner at Cain Hibbard & Myers PC

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