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Category: <span>Events</span>

Category: Events

Fair Use in the Real World

Fair Use Week is an annual celebration of the doctrines of fair use in the U.S. and fair dealing in Canada. These are limitations to copyright law that, under certain circumstances, allow people to use copyrighted works without permission from the owner. But why does that matter?

Spring 2021 Copyright Webinar Series

The Fordham University Library’s copyright webinar series is back after a successful first run in Fall 2020! Throughout the Spring 2021 semester, we will again be offering a series of webinars about copyright issues that faculty and students often face – with a few changes to the program. There will …

Open Access Week 2020: Highlighting Open Educational Resources

By Tierney Gleason, Reference and Digital Humanities Librarian, and Jeannie Hoag, Reference and Assessment Librarian In recognition of Open Access Week 2020, we’re giving a shoutout to Open Educational Resources, or OER. For faculty, these open digital resources can help ease the stress of developing online course content from scratch. …

April is National Poetry Month

By Evan Frankl, Reference Librarian, Fordham Westchester Campus Do you remember studying poetry in High School? Loved it? Hated it? Vaguely remember “Poem-in-Your-Pocket” Day? Here is your chance to live, or re-live poetry, as the Academy of American Poets presents National Poetry Month in April (now in its 24th year). …

Copyright Resources for Faculty

By Laura Childs (Emerging Technologies Librarian) and Mariah Lewis (Metadata Management Librarian) Copyright is confusing. With so many complicated, often archaic rules, it can be difficult to definitively answer copyright questions that you encounter in academia. But did you know that Fordham faculty members can get help with copyright at …