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ABC Copyright 2020 Fall Speaker Series: Experiences with copyright and media reuse among undergraduate students who have created a digital media project
Date
2020-11-18
Main contributor
Kreller-Vanderkooy, Jacqueline
Summary
In the University of Guelph Library’s Media Studio, a team of professional staff and student employees provide training and support for students and faculty who are engaged in the creation of digital media such as videos and podcasts. This team has observed a range of student behaviors around media reuse/remixing in their digital media projects. These observations have made the team curious about how students make choices around media reuse and how they perceive and experience copyright in this context.
This session will review the results of a qualitative study that explores the experiences of undergraduate students with copyright and media reuse as they complete a digital media project as a course assignment. Participants’ experiences are explored using semi-structured interviews and the transcripts analyzed for themes. The session will share findings as well as thoughts about how the findings could inform copyright education.

A presentation as a part of the ABC Copyright 2020 Fall Speaker Series, hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Contributors
Kemmer, Kimberley; Sheppard, Adrian; Martin, Heather
Subjects
Author Rights; Copyright; Copyright Literacy; Media Reuse; User Rights; Fair Dealing; Digital Media
Genres
Talk; Question and Answer Session
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
Collection
ABC Copyright Conference 2020 - Fall Speaker Series
Unit
Default Unit
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