Copyright services at universities

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From Lotus Head

It happens more often than you think.  One day your administrator tells you that you are the Library’s copyright librarian.  But why? You are not an expert on copyright law…but you soon will become one when you seek the advice and best practices of copyright librarian veterans.  This month’s webinar is back by popular demand!

Higher education copyright programs and services

May 5, 2016 at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern

Universities and their libraries provide copyright information to the members of their communities in different ways. Hear three copyright and scholarly communication librarians describe the services they offer regarding copyright to their faculty, staff, and students. Our presenters will include Sandra Enimil, Program Director, Copyright Resources Center at Ohio State University Libraries, Sandy De Groote, Scholarly Communications Librarian from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Cindy Kristof, Head of Copyright and Document Services from Kent State University.
Please join us at the webinar URL. Enter as a guest, no password required. We are limited on the number of concurrent viewers we can have, so we ask you to watch with others at your institution if at all possible.  The presentations are recorded and will be available online soon after the presentation.  Oh yeah – it’s free!

About Carrie Russell

Carrie Russell is the Director of the Program on Public Access to Information in the Office for Information Technology Policy. Her portfolio includes copyright, international copyright, accessibility, e-books and other public policy issues. She has a MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a MA in media arts from the University of Arizona. She can be reached via e-mail at crussell@alawash.org.

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