Tag Archives: CopyTalk

Where’s CopyTalk?

Copyright coster that reads "transformative uses tend to favor a fair use finding because a transformative use is one that communicates something new and different from the original or expands its utility, thus serving copyright's overall objective of contributing to public knowledge."

We are on a summer hiatus! CopyTalk webinars will start up again in September. In the meantime, you can listen to those webinars you missed in the archive! Brought to you by an enthusiastic ALA committee—OITP Copyright Education Committee—upcoming webinars will address music copyright, copyright tutorials on music, and rights reversion with the Authors Alliance. We would love your suggestions ... Read More »

“The Durationator” webinar archived

Cup of coffee with beans.

An archived copy of the CopyTalk webinar “Code + Copyright: Creating the Durationator as the 21st Century Helpdesk for Libraries, Archives and Museums” is now available. Originally webcast on May 4th by the Office for Information Technology Policy’s Copyright Education Subcommittee, our presenters were Elizabeth Townsend Gard, Associate Professor of Law and the Jill H. and Avram A. Glazer Professor ... 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 »

Copyright First Responders webinar now available

Four coasters with facts about fair use.

If you missed last week’s CopyTalk “Copyright First Responders” webinar, it’s alright – we have an archived copy! Kyle Courtney of Harvard University’s Office for Scholarly Communication talked about the development of a decentralized model of copyright expertise in an academic setting — the Copyright First Responders (CFR) program. We know that copyright guidance is needed more now than ever ... Read More »

Reminder: next CopyTalk this Thursday

Fallen coffee cup

Don’t forget to join us this Thursday, April 6th, for a CopyTalk webinar with Kyle K. Courtney, Copyright Advisor at Harvard University. Kyle will be discussing his innovative copyright service model starting at 2 p.m Eastern. Kyle Courtney of Harvard University’s Office for Scholarly Communication describes how library patrons, faculty, students and staff need more guidance than ever on copyright ... Read More »