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Facilitator: Emily Gattozzi, Scholarly Communications Strategist, University Libraries 

Workshop Category: Scholarship 

Copyright doesn’t have to be scary! Join your peers for an introduction to U.S. copyright law, including an overview of the exceptions most relevant to research and teaching. Bring your questions to share during a friendly discussion at the end of the session.

By participating in this workshop, you will be able to: 

  • Understand the exclusive rights granted to copyright holders, including you as a creator 
  • Identify what exceptions apply when you’re using the copyrighted works of others 
  • Determine when to secure permission to use copyrighted works 

Please note: This workshop is a part of the Research Ready Workshop Series offered in collaboration with University Libraries. These workshops have been designed for BGSU graduate students engaged in research and scholarship; however, all BGSU faculty, instructors, and staff are welcome to participate. 

To register for this workshop, use the Spring 2024 CFE Workshop Registration Form.

Advance registration is required. Registration will close one business day before the scheduled event.  You will receive the Zoom link one day before the event. 

To find out more information about this workshop, visit the Workshop & Event Catalog page of the CFE Website.  

If you have any questions about this event, email the CFE at   

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