At ARNES on copyright and remote education
The webinar will take place from 14:30 until 16:00, and dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič will discuss copyright law basics, as well as copyright in education. Special emphasis will be placed on issues regarding permitted uses of content online, uses of books and textbooks, and OER.
The lecture will also touch upon (in)adequacy of Slovenian copyright legislation and the new education exception introduced by the new EU copyright Directive.
The webinar will take place live online, no prior registration is necessary. Welcome!
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