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.

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Work Title Teaching Copyright and Negotiation via Roleplaying
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Creators
  1. Ana E Enriquez
Keyword
  1. teaching
  2. library instruction
  3. publishing contracts
  4. copyright
  5. scholarly communications
  6. negotiation
  7. library workshops
License All rights reserved
Work Type Part Of Book
Publisher
  1. American Library Association
Publication Date 2019
Subject
  1. Scholarly publishing
  2. Library instruction
Language
  1. English
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  1. Coaching Copyright
Deposited October 24, 2018

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