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Copyright Law for Learning Professionals: Shedding Some Light w/Barbara Ingrassia

  • June 08, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Digital Encounter

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Copyright Law for Learning Professionals “Shedding Some Light”



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Some learning professionals create content and use others’ content. (Why reinvent the wheel?) In this interactive overview, we’ll explore and shed some light on the often-confusing role of copyright law in this process. How can you find and use others’ content safely and legally? How can you protect the content you create? How can you raise your audience’s awareness of the role of copyright in their lives?

At the end of our conversation, you will have a better understanding of common copyright terms/concepts, such as:

  • Copyright Protects/Doesn’t Protect
  • Securing Copyright/ Copyright Status
  • Exclusive Rights of the Copyright Owner (Who is the owner?)
  • Attribution vs. Permission
  • Licenses (Creative Commons)
  • Fair Use
  • Public Domain
  • Copyright vs. Trademark
  • Plagiarism vs. Copyright Infringement

You will identify at least one idea you can implement immediately to further strengthen your training programs.

Bring your challenges and concerns about the gray murky maze that is copyright in the digital age.

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Barbara Ingrassia


Since 2008, Barbara Ingrassia has studied and explored the role of copyright in the digital age as she has empowered thousands of content creators to protect the intellectual property that is their goldmine.

Whether she is delivering tuition-based workshops for professional organizations such as the Medical Library Association, the Training Magazine Network, or the Virtual Expert Training Program, or consulting directly with content creators, clients get straight talk and actionable strategies that save them time and legal hassle and expense should anyone attempt to misuse their content.

A frequent podcast guest expert on shows such as Melanie Benson’s Amplify Your Success, Dr. Shirlene Reeves’ Ask the Expert, and Katrina Sawa’s International Speaker Network. Barbara enjoys bringing a sense of fun to what some may consider a dry topic. Check out her website at www.managecopyright.com.

Barbara earned a Certification in Copyright Management from the Special Libraries Association and has studied the “murkiness” of copyright law with the Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland, Duke University, and the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School. She also has Certification in Digital Content Licensing from Copyright Laws dot com.

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