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In a world of shared culture and creative content, how do we legally and respectfully use others’ intellectual property while also protecting our own? In this online workshop, we heard from Ken Metzner, an attorney and Executive Director of Kun Yang-Lin Dance; Jane Park from Creative Commons; and Christina Cantrill, Senior Program Associate at the National Writing Project, about their take on new strategies for sharing and protecting intellectual property to create an environment of collaboration. Presented as part of the new Bartol on Demand workshop series and simulcasted here on Educator Innovator.

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