Making sense of copyright on (and off) campus
Presented by The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable
Wednesday, April 27
Walsh Library – Beck Rooms (first floor)
Are you confused about copyright? Unsure what is permitted under “Fair Use” and what can land you in a lawsuit? Do you know how your own work is protected by copyright?This two-part event is designed to provide basic copyright information, promote discussion and answer your questions.
Morning Session for Faculty, Instructors & Administrators
10:00 am – 11:30 am
11.30 am – 12:00 pm
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Open Q & A and Discussion
Brunch & beverages will be available from 9:30 am – 1:00 pm.
4:00 pm – 5.30 pm
Afternoon Session for Students: “Policy, File sharing and You”
This session will cover
- University policy explanation and discussion
- Pirates against Piracy
Winston Roberts, Dean For Community Development and Coordinator for Community Standards
Michael Soupios, Associate Director for Digital Media, TLTC
Light snacks & pizza available
Monday May 2, 2011
IN HONOR OF THE RETIREMENT OF
SR. ANITA TALAR
After nearly 30 years of service to WALSH LIBRARY
Seton Hall University
Time: 2- 4 pm
Place: Rotunda, 4th Floor, Walsh Library
Please donate towards a farewell gift. Send to Catriona Hill, Deans Office, Library or phone 973 7619005
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We have received a few calls recently asking if we still have ScienceDirect, as some of you have had trouble accessing it. Yes, the library still subscribes to ScienceDirect!
If you are having a problem with off-campus access to ScienceDirect or any library database or resource, it may be because you are trying to link to it from Blackboard.
To resolve the problem: if you are working off campus, always access library databases and journals through the library homepage, or from your particular subject research guide.
For help with off-campus access, see our off-campus access guide or ask a librarian.
Just in time for spring semester, we have added over 60 new e-books to the library’s ebrary collection. In addition to our extensive collection of business e-books, we now have a growing collection of science, nursing, and health science books.
You can also search for e-books in SetonCat – change the default limit from “all materials” to “eBooks”