Copyright and academia will be the focus of this week’s presentation in the Honolulu CC library.
Cory Lenz,from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Law School Library, will give legal guidance on copyright and discuss the uses that students and faculty can make of copyrighted materials.
Those in attendance will learn the finer points of the Fair Use Doctrine and the Library Exception and will have a clearer sense of how their own uses of copyrighted materials (i.e. course reserves, courses packs, document uploads to course management systems, photocopying) comply with the law.
The session will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 in the library.
Bring your appetite to campus on Monday, Sept. 17, because that’s the day of the annual faculty bake sale to benefit the Aloha United Way.
Among the items that will be available are shortbread cookies, pumpkin Mochi, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Energy Bars, Mini Cupcakes, Cherry Tarts, Granola Bars, Butter Mochi, Li Hing Pineapple Slices, Caramel & Chocolate Cake Slices and Lemon Bars
The sale runs from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (or whenever supplies run out) next to The Hub on the campus mall.
Students are remembering 9-11 and honoring its victims by making a truly hand-painted American flag
The University of Hawaii officials are urging students to closely monitor news reports and their UH alerts as Tropical Storm Olivia approaches the islands.
If the storm remains on track, it could bring tropical storm conditions to Oahu by Wednesday morning.
So far there are no known plans to close school because of the storm, but UH officials say it is of vital importance that all students, faculty and staff keep informed of the latest
developments and prepare for the possibility of the need to shelter in place or move to a public
As Olivia progresses, each campus will make decisions on whether to close or reopen classes and
activities depending on local conditions.
All members of the UH community are urged to sign up for UH Alert to receive emergency text alerts: