Tag Archives: licensing

Library licensing concerns: beyond legal details

In August, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) released a “Literature review on the use of licenses in the library context, and the limitations this creates to access to knowledge,” authored by Svetlana Yakovleva. This 40-page report is recommended reading for those interested in gaining an understanding of library licensing concerns that go beyond legal details. Many ... Read More »

CopyTalk webinar on open licensing

Join us for our next installment of CopyTalk, October 2nd at 2pm Eastern Time. It’s FREE. In the webinar titled Open Licensing and the Public Domain: Tools and policies to support libraries, scholars, and the public, Timothy will discuss the Creative Commons (CC) licenses and public domain instruments, with a particular focus on how these tools are being used within ... Read More »

Born Digital: Works here today, maybe gone tomorrow

To celebrate Copyright Week, the American Library Association will join a number of organizations to exchange ideas, information and actions about copyright reform. From Monday, January 13th until Saturday, January 18th, copyright experts will explore different aspects of copyright law on the District Dispatch. Guest blogger: Eric Harbeson At the 2009 Music Library Association national meeting in Chicago, Northwestern University ... Read More »