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Wednesday, April 22 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST

Ball State University Alumni Center

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The Ball State University Libraries’ conference is pleased to offer the only annual intellectual property conference in the Midwest, and it is the only Copyright Conference in the United States that addresses both academic and K-12 intellectual property needs concurrently.

The Copyright Conference is also unique in the United States in that the registration fee is not in the multiple hundreds of dollars but is only $90.

The Twelfth Annual Copyright Conference at Ball State is a key resource for answers to questions engendered by the complexities of our intellectual property for Digital Citizens in a multivalent Digital Age.

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