With the rise of ‘multimodality’, students are increasingly creating digital projects that require an understanding of copyright that includes Creative Commons, to both search for and appropriately remix the original work of others. In this session, learn how two librarians collaboratively developed their student-centered pedagogy to apply active-learning strategies in the classroom for these special creative copyright sessions. In their approach, the librarians engaged the student-as-producer to make creative copyright more accessible and applicable to their projects. These instructional interventions build on the traditional lecture-style session on Copyright Law to support non-traditional projects.
Sheaffer, Kelsey and Kohout-Tailor, Jessica, "Guiding Students Through Choppy Creative Waters: Collaborative Pedagogy to Empower Ethical Creators" (2019). Publications. 157.