Now Available: Archived Copyright Tweetchat

Tweetchat ImageOn Tuesday, January 7, 2014, school principals, superintendents, librarians and educators participated in an interactive question-and-answer tweetchat with copyright expert and bestselling author Carrie Russell. Education professionals who missed yesterday’s copyright tweetchat now have access to the archived tweetchat.

As part of the copyright tweetchat, Russell answered copyright questions posed by Twitter users using the hashtag #k12copylaw. The interactive social media event was hosted jointly by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, AASA: The School Superintendents Association, the American Library Association and the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

Educators and school librarians can learn more about fair use, licensing, and how to find reliable copyright information from Russell’s book Complete Copyright for K—12 Librarians and Educators. To receive a 10% discount on Complete Copyright, use the coupon code CC2014 before January 15, 2014.

View the archived tweetchat

Jazzy Wright is the Press Officer of the American Library Association's Washington Office. Email her at jwright@alawash.org.

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  1. […] You remember that tweetchat on copyright for educators I mentioned earlier? It has been archived and is now available online. […]

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