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TLT Streaming and Copyright Presentation: Session Information

Streaming & Copyright - The Joy and the Sorrow 
or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Copyright

This session is about the sacred place where streaming and copyright come together. If you have questions about sharing media during an online class, this session is for you as it specifically addresses faculty access to streaming media and the use of streaming media in teaching and learning in the online or hybrid environment. 

TLTCon Agenda:

1) Our Streaming & Copyright Adventure:

2) Open up dialogue for a Q&A to end the session

Frequently asked questions for both the TLT and the Library:

  • How much content in the various media (books, articles, movies) can you use before it becomes a copyright violation?
  • What’s the difference between Public Domain, Fair Use, and copyright materials?
  • How can I tell how much of something I can use or if I can edit these materials?
  • Where is the best place to search for materials?

Alea McKinley an Instructional Technologist and works primarily with the School of the Arts at the College of Charleston. She is also a National Board Certified High School English and Theatre teacher with thirteen years of professional experience in a range of high schools and colleges. She has a B.A. in Theatre from the College of Charleston and an M. Ed. from DePaul University with a focus on English.

Jared Seay is a librarian, Media & Services Coordinator, information literacy researcher, and generally nice guy at the Addlestone Library at the College of Charleston. He has a degree in media production from Illinois State University and in library and information science from the University of South Carolina. As Media & Services Coordinator Jared works with faculty and students providing research assistance and instruction using his expertise in film and streaming databases and copyright to enhance the teaching and learning experience.