Tag Archives: copyright

Colorado copyright conference turns five

University of Colorado's campus in Colorado Springs.

I had the great honor of being asked to speak about federal copyright at the Kraemer Copyright Conference at the University of Colorado (UCCS) in beautiful Colorado Springs. This locally produced and funded conference is now in its fifth year and has grown in popularity. No longer a secret, registration maxes out at 200, making the conference friendly, relaxed and ... Read More »

Washington Office at Annual 2017: Copyright

Copyright is just as complex as always and librarians are expected to be knowledgeable and manage their institutions’ copyright issues. The Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) presents three programs at Annual 2017 designed to help librarians new to the copyright specialist role find professional guidance: “Ask a Copyright Question” Booth (Saturday and Sunday, June 24-25, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM) ... Read More »

Next CopyTalk webinar: The Durationator

computer monitor with coding

Join us for the next CopyTalk webinar: code + copyright = the Durationator. For the last decade, the Copyright Research Lab at Tulane University has been building the Durationator — a tool, helpdesk and resource for solving copyright questions. Designed to be used by libraries, archives, museums, artists and content owners (and everyone else!), the Durationator Copyright System combines complex legal ... Read More »

Register your DMCA agent by December 2017

Hardy Boys Cover Art

TheDigital Millennial Copyright Act instituted the “notice and takedown” rule to protect online service providers — in our case, libraries, universities and schools — who provide public access computers from infringement by third parties if online service providers supply the name and contact information of a designated agent to receive claims of copyright infringement. For more details on this law ... Read More »

She is our rock star

Dr. Carla Hayden speaking to more than 3,000 librarians at ACRL.

The grand finale to the informative (and well-attended) 2017 Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) conference was the closing keynote address by Dr. Carla Hayden. Dr. Hayden arrived 45 minutes early to individually greet librarians queued in the aisles with smart phones in hand for a photo with the Librarian of Congress. For the more than 3,000 librarians in ... Read More »