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Archived copy of CopyTalk webinar now available

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If you missed the May 5, 2016 “Higher education copyright programs and services,” you can now access the archived copy. Program description: Universities and their libraries provide copyright information to the members of their community 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 ... Read More »

Copyright services at universities

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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 ... Read More »

Archived webinar on university copyright services available

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An archived copy of the CopyTalk webinar “University Copyright Services” is now available. Originally webcasted on August 6th by the Office for Information Technology Policy’s Copyright Education Subcommittee, presenters were Sandra Enimil, Program Director, University Libraries Copyright Resources Center from the Ohio State University, Pia Hunter, Visiting Assistant Professor and Copyright and Reserve Librarian from the University of Illinois at ... Read More »

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 »