Teaching Copyright and Negotiation via Roleplaying
This case study describes using role-playing to teach faculty (and graduate students) to negotiate their publishing contracts in library workshops. Role play, a common teaching technique for law school or business school, is also well-suited to copyright instruction in a library setting. The case study will include discussion of how to design teaching materials, including "role sheets" and mock contracts.
|Work Title||Teaching Copyright and Negotiation via Roleplaying|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Work Type||Part Of Book|
|Deposited||October 24, 2018|
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