Update of Emerging Legal and Legislative Developments roundtable for proposal for 2022 CCCC.
Update is a rewrite of the roundtable description based on Google Doc for CCC-Ip 2021 SG Proposal that is accessible here:
Update mentions “marginalized communities” to reflect CCCC subtitle for 2022: “Our Discipline’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Linguistic Justice.”
People who have expressed interest in this roundtable:
Jeff Galin (GA State case)
Emerging Legal and
This roundtable will host a
discussion of legal and legislative IP developments as they affect students, educators,
researchers, and educational institutions. Discussion will address enacted
legislation and final court decisions as well as ongoing cases and proposed
legislation. Focus will be on implications for students and educators
who wish to make appropriate used of copyrighted material in legitimate ways as
they move toward reaching their educational goals, with special attention paid to the impact of IP developments on marginalized communities.
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Thanks for the context, Karen! I’ll start up my new profile ASAP!
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Course Development in Intellectual Property/Remix
This roundtable will discuss pedagogical approaches to IP issues, particularly in designing and delivering courses that focus on IP issues in composition. Participants will consider what instructors should cover, what students need to know about IP from a variety of perspectives, including considerations for protecting cultural heritage and indigenous IP and recognizing different cultural approaches to IP, how IP concerns affect student professionalization and post-graduate work, and how students can contribute to the productive and ethical valuation and circulation of various forms of IP.
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