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.
Contact us for information about all-district discounts.
K-12 librarians, teachers, and administrators affected by COVID-19 school closures
1.5 hours of TEA CPE; contact us about other CE credits.
Contact us for all-district pricing.
Attendees will be able to:
- Identify copyright issues presented by the current environment
- Assess and apply fair use in the current environment
- Utilize tools introduced in the session that assist with the above
Time will be allocated for Q&A. Each workshop will be recorded for registrants to access later.
This workshop is being offered in response to a true crisis, and we want to make it as accessible to as many people who need it as possible. While we cannot afford to invest the time and resources required to pull this workshop together, offer it, and follow up with you afterward for free, we can reduce our standard pricing.
We offer comparable workshops for $149 and up, with a 20% discount for groups of 4 or more from the same institution. Instead, we are offering this workshop for $99 per person and, for the first time, offering a flat fee of $500 (the cost for 5 individuals) for all staff at the same school. Contact us if your district is interested in district-wide access, and we’ll give you custom pricing.
We truly are all in this together, and working together, we can continue to keep the education of our children the priority it should be, even in the midst of this bizarre health and social crisis.
See more about how our self-paced courses work here. You are welcome to contact us if this doesn’t answer all your questions!