|FILCOLS executive director Alvin J. Buenaventura introduces students to relevant websites.|
|Miriam College first year students laugh at Buenaventura's funny stories.|
|Due to the large number of students, they were divided into four batches. Each session lasted 2 hours.|
|There were a number of students from other countries. The energetic girl with raised arm is a Fil-New Zealander.|
As explained above, public domain is the imaginary world where works with “expired” copyright are placed together with those which did not have copyright like works of government.
|Student-emcee Jem Bordonada at the start of the lecture.|
|Dr. Gail Reyes-Galang dutifully introduced the speaker and explained the aim of the lecture for each of four batches.|
To get a thorough explanation of Fair Use in relation to systematic and massive photocopying, please read the piece "Criminals in the classroom" written by FILCOLS chair and Philippine Star columnist Dr. Isagani R. Cruz.
|Buenaventura walks to interact with the students.|
|Pamela Lauren C. Liban of the External Affairs Office asks how to protect Miriam College's intellectual properties.|
|A student blogger asks questions.|
Thanks to the student emcees Gela Santos, Jem Bordonada, Priiti Mae Bandaril, and Gia Cordero. Big thanks to MC Red Batch 2018/2019 and some from Blue Batch 2017 for their attention and active participation.
This is FILCOLS's second visit to Miriam College. Click this link to see photo of the first visit featured at the website of the Norwegian Copyright Development Association.