I am a YouTube addict who dabbles in video making of my own. I’m worried though as some of my videos have included copyrighted material.
I am worried about my students using copyrighted material in their submissions. What kind of protections would fair use offer my students?
Do I need formal permission to use images from some of the exhibit materials we already have in our holding on supplementary materials?
I am an engineering instructor at a community college working with other teachers across the country to collaborate on an open, online introductory course for students in our field. In...
I’m an active member of a slam poet association and I sometimes take the verse of past poets to create something new and fresh that feels more current or more me. It feels fresh to me,...
I’m a grad student in communications, and I’m comparing the framing of news in various venues.
I want to publish my results with an online journal where I can use different media...
I teach a course about the history of abstract expressionist art. Over the years, I’ve collected an online database chock-full of high-res jpegs of Kandinsky, Pollock, Tobey, Hofmann...
I’m writing a book about the legacy of Keith Haring, examining his effect on modern activism and pop art. In order to demonstrate my point, I need to visually quote extensively not only...
As an artist, I want to use photos of models, including the famous ‘60s model Twiggy, to explore our definitions of feminine beauty, in an installation. Do I need to license the...
@communityfndn Thank you for sharing. Yes, the numbers tell a stark story but there is hope in the new storytellers https://t.co/I0LCQN6Khj
Whats new at CMSI this November! #ResistanceExhibition @AU_SOC, Comedy and environmental justice with https://t.co/qhZdG55LGK
RT @CatyBC: I am incredibly honored and excited to speak at this year's @IWFglobal about the power and role of comedy in equity and justice
"Open Minds" is the theme for the @IWFglobal Leadership conference this week. @CatyBC will be going beyond the punc https://t.co/jDnuT5rw7U
RT @paufder: DMVers! This weekend! Amazing lineup of Chinese films--docs, fiction, brand new and archival--themed "Women in Film," curated
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