With school districts across the country closing in the wake of the COVID-19 threat, K-12 schools are working hard to provide their students with as much continuity in education as possible. This often involves incorporating copyright-protected content into distance education activities. Which raises many questions, such as:
- How much can librarians and other K-12 educators legally do with copyright-protected content under these circumstances?
- What tools should you use?
- Does the law apply differently than it would for providing distance learning before COVID-19?
This 90-minute recorded workshop will show you how to answer these questions and many more.
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