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- ItemBefore, during & after the pandemic: challenges in accessing & using media in academic settings(2022) Aufderheide, Patricia; Graham, Rumi Y.; Nair, Meera; Taylor, AaronAn online workshop presented by the Media Access and Copyright Working Group, Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC) during the 2022 FSAC Annual Conference. This workshop will provide an overview of the group's work and gather feedback from attendees. Before the conference the group will release a report that outlines three focal areas for the Association to pursue: advocacy for amending the Copyright Act to better support online teaching and learning; opportunities for accessing and exhibiting content using exceptions such as fair dealing; and best practices for repurposing and creating new videographic work using exceptions such as fair dealing. The workshop goals are to hear from a wide range of stakeholders on these issues and to prepare for the next stage of proposed Association working groups.
- ItemComment le droit d'auteur entrave à la créativité et à l'apprentissage, et comment les communautés canadiennes d'études sur les médias peuvent agir(Association canadienne d'études cinématographiques, 2022) Taylor, Aaron; Christensen, Alec; Selman, Brianne; Tepperman, Charles; Innerd, Charlotte; Baron, Jaimie; Blankenship, Janelle; Stidwill, Jenna; Langrell, Kate; Nair, Meera; Lyons, Owen; Graham, Rumi Y.; Rouleau, Thomas; Rioux, Valérie
- ItemHow copyright impedes creativity and learning, and how Canadian Media Studies communities can take action(Film Studies Association of Canada, 2022) Taylor, Aaron; Christensen, Alec; Selman, Brianne; Tepperman, Charles; Innerd, Charlotte; Baron, Jaimie; Blankenship, Janelle; Stidwell, Jenna; Langrell, Kate; Nair, Meera; Lyons, Owen; Graham, Rumi Y.; Rouleau, Thomas; Rioux, Valérie
- Item50 shades of access: equalizing student access to media for coursework(University of Lethbridge, 2021) Graham, Rumi Y.; Taylor, AaronContribution to a roundtable on Strategies and Struggles in On-line Teaching During the Pandemic held on June 1, 2021 as part of the Film Studies Association of Canada-Association Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques (FSAC-ACÉC) Annual Conference. Following on FSAC’s recent Statement on Copyright and Online Screenings, this contribution identifies practical, legal and philosophical challenges involving appropriate access to media required for film studies courses that affect both instructors and students alike. It also proposes two avenues for remediating access problems: pursuing reforms for unnecessarily restrictive aspects of Canada’s copyright law and developing guidelines for good practices that facilitate appropriate access to film studies content.
- ItemHow to see things differently: Tim Burton's Reimaginings(Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) Taylor, Aaron
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