Recorded Webinar: Copyright Crash Course for Museums and Memory Institutions

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Copyright Crash Course for Museums and Memory Institutions is an AASLH Continuing Education recorded webinar. This webinar is about museum-focused overview of copyright law. This event is presented by Walter G. Lehmann. In this webinar, museum attorney Walter G. Lehmann will provide a practical, museum-focused overview of copyright law including the important exception for fair use. Museums, including historical societies and other memory institutions, create and use intellectual property every day. A basic understanding of copyright law is essential to protect your organization’s rights and those of other creators, further your organization’s mission, and avoid disputes that could harm its reputation.

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Copyright Crash Course for Museums and Memory Institutions
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Open to view video. In this webinar, museum attorney Walter G. Lehmann will provide a practical, museum-focused overview of copyright law including the important exception for fair use.