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New Instructor Workshops

Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office 2018-2019 Sessions for Instructors:

Preparing your Course Materials: Copyright and Fair Dealing Fundamentals  

The Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office is offering one-hour sessions to help instructors better understand copyright law, the University of Toronto Fair Dealing Guidelines,  as well as how to make course readings available to students while respecting copyright and existing U of T licensing agreements.
For additional information and to register, click on the date:
Date: August 15th22nd29th; September 5th12th
Time: all sessions will be offered from 10:00-11:00am
Where: Room 4033, 4th Floor, Robarts Library