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Digital Studies Group

The Digital Studies Group (DSG) brings together CUNY faculty members, researchers, and doctoral students interested in a broad range of intellectual, cultural, economic, legal, and pedagogical issues related to the growing impact of digital media on the ways we read, think, teach, learn and entertain ourselves in the United States and across the globe. Beginning in fall 2009, the seminar will meet periodically at The CUNY Graduate Center to hear presentations of ongoing digital media research work, to discuss traditional and online texts on digital media issues, and to explore new digital media approaches to cultural production and to questions of teaching and learning.

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Going to the CUNY IT Conference the afternoon of December 5th? Something for the am!

  • Work with digital content? Can’t talk about it for too long without looking at the legal issues around copyright and content creation and use.

    If you are planning to attend the CUNY IT conference the afternoon of December 5th, 2013, Here is a great way for you to spend the morning. Join your colleagues at John Jay for

    2012:
    A Landmark Year in the U.S. Courts for Copyright, Fair Use and Higher Education
    What Does it All Mean for You in 2013?

    Presenter Professor Linda Enghagen, J.D., examines copyright in distance education. Listen to highlights of this important webinar, plus:

    A Bonus: The webinar looks at 3 court decisions. We have added content on a recent 2013 copyright decision with live discussion to follow!

    Presentation and conversation cover:
    • Developing a working understanding of the transformative use doctrine
    • Learning practical strategies for employing the transformative use doctrine in course design and delivery
    • Developing a working knowledge of best practices in fair use

    When: Thursday, Dec 5, 2013, 10am-12pm (the morning of the CUNY IT Conference)

    Where: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New Building, 9th floor conference room (Rm 09.64)

    This event is open to anyone in CUNY. RSVP by December 2 to Kathleen Collins.

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