Digital Information Law was established by attorney Gretchen McCord in spring 2010. It was a response to the growing needs of educational communities for guidance and training on legal issues related to evolving content technology, particularly copyright.
Digital Information Law focuses on helping educational professionals and others understand how copyright and other laws apply in their workplaces and how to use these laws to their benefit.
We do this through online self-paced courses, customized training, live online workshops, and more. See the Digital Information Law Learning Store for current offerings. Contact us to discuss customized training for your institution.