Media Access and Copyright Working Group Report

Published on September 12, 2022

Responding to an FSAC call for interested participants, a Media Access and Copyright (MAC) working group was formed in the fall of 2021 to probe copyright challenges encountered by faculty who wish to use media in teaching and scholarship. The mandate of the MAC group was to continue the conversation on issues arising from a 2021 FSAC conference roundtable and to set out possible actions.

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