Trade Shows, Manufacturer Symposia, and Other Professional Dilemmas

by Mike Metz   In April 2016, at the Phoenix Convention Center, the American Academy of Audiology held its 27th annual meeting.  The web site promised a large gathering of audiologists and lots of education.  It got me wondering.  Meeting duration is shortened.  Exhibitors were fewer.  Statistics on attendance are obscure.  What does all this…

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Understanding Copyright in the Digital Environment: Part 2

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is Part 2 of Understanding Copyright in the Digital Environment, by Cathy Sarli and Michael Valente. The authors help us navigate a pervasive problem in our modern digital world: knowing when it’s okay (and when it isn’t) to re-use materials found online.  The information and examples found in today’s post applies to students, as…

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Understanding Copyright in the Digital Environment

Editor’s Note: Today’s post addresses a pervasive problem in our digital world: knowing when it’s okay, and when it isn’t, to re-use materials found online. This topic has been addressed before at HHTM, and the great information found in today’s post applies to students as well as professionals in academics, clinical practice, and nearly any industry. The information…

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