Copyright

Even though it is summer, CopyTalk webinars continue!

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Higher education universities and their libraries provide copyright information to the members of their community in different ways. Join us on CopyTalk this month to hear three universities describe the services they offer regarding copyright to their faculty, staff, and students. Our presenters will include Sandra Enimil, Program Director, University Libraries Copyright Resources Center from the Ohio State University, Pia ... Read More »

Who should be the next Librarian of Congress?

Library of Congress

In the past few months, there has been considerable discussion among Washington information and technology leaders about who should lead the Library of Congress, now that James Billington has announced his retirement. Today, in an op-ed published today in Roll Call, Alan Inouye, director of the American Library Association’s (ALA) Office for Information Technology Policy, asks leaders to re-imagine the future of ... Read More »

Arts librarian receives 2015 Robert Oakley scholarship

Robert Oakley

The American Library Association (ALA) this week awarded Kathleen DeLaurenti the 2015 Robert L. Oakley Memorial Scholarship. The Library Copyright Alliance, which includes ALA, established the Robert L. Oakley Memorial Scholarship to support research and advanced study for librarians in their early-to-mid-careers who are interested and active in public policy, copyright, licensing, open access and their impacts on libraries. DeLaurenti serves ... Read More »

Best practices webinar now available

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An archive of the CopyTalk webinar on best practices for fair use, originally broadcast on May 7th, 2015 is now available. You can also find PowerPoint slides from the presentation here. Since 2005, practitioners including filmmakers, poets, K-12 teachers, film and communications scholars, open courseware providers, journalists and — of course — librarians have come together to articulate Codes and ... Read More »