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  • Copyright Boot Camp 

    Myers, Carla S.
    This presentation provided an overview of US copyright law and the exceptions that are most relevant to libraries and educational institutions.
  • An Introduction to the Creative Commons 

    Myers, Carla S.
    This presentation provides an overview of Creative Commons licensing.
  • "Can't you just say Yes?" Answering Copyright Questions About Fair Use for Faculty Colleagues 

    Myers, Carla
    More frequently academic librarians are being sought-out by faculty for assistance in answering copyright questions, and many of these questions are about how the fair use exception found in Section 107 of US copyright law ...
  • Be a Force For Affordable Learning! 

    Myers, Carla; Burke, John; Girton, Carrie
    In this session the presenters will provide an overview of Affordable Learning (AL) initiatives that can help address student textbook costs, including the use of Open Educational Resources (OER), also known as Freely ...
  • Affordable Learning: Tips & Opportunities 

    Myers, Carla; Resnis, Eric; Bazeley, Jennifer
    Affordable Learning (AL) initiatives allow faculty to identify ways they can reduce or eliminate textbooks costs for students. Session attendees will learn about these initiatives and how they can begin to implement them ...
  • Copyright Basics 

    Myers, Carla
    This introductory session in this series will describe the history and mechanics of copyright law in the United States. Copyright issues are common in library land, but many individuals may be hazy on the details and on ...
  • The 2017 Kraemer Copyright Conference Proceedings: An Introduction 

    Myers, Carla
    An Editorial introduction to the proceedings from the 2017 Kraemer Copyright Conference.
  • Acting on IP: Valuing Students Rights as Intellectual Property Creators 

    Myers, Carla
    Many works that students create are eligible for some form of intellectual property (IP) protection; however, students are rarely educated about these rights or the management of them. This session will provide an overview ...
  • Copyright and Open Educational Resources: Creation, Licensing, and Use 

    Myers, Carla
    Copyright permeates almost every aspect of the creation and use of Open Educational Resources (OER). Given academic librarians role in championing the OER movement and promoting the ethical and responsible re-use of ...
  • Open Access and Institutional Repositories 

    Myers, Carla
    This presentation explores open access issues related to institutional repositories.
  • Copyright in Action: Understanding Section 108--The "Reproduction by Libraries and Archives" Exception 

    Myers, Carla
    It’s part of nearly every library’s mission to preserve and freely share collected resources. However, as we move further into a world of contracting for access to (rather than ownership of) digital resources, it’s critical ...
  • Copyright in action: Understanding fair use 

    Myers, Carla
    Fair use is an exception found in US copyright law that users, including information professionals, can consider utilizing when looking to make copies of copyrighted works. Codified in in Section 107 of US copyright law ...
  • Copyright in Action: Considerations for Instruction 

    Myers, Carla
    It’s part of nearly every library’s mission to preserve and freely share collected resources. However, as we move further into a world of contracting for access to (rather than ownership of) digital resources, it’s critical ...
  • Copyright in action: Creating sustainable copyright policies 

    Myers, Carla
    Clear and consistent policies are the key to easing your copyright-related worries. In this session, attendees will discuss how to make policy determinations in a wide variety of areas, including digitization projects, ...
  • Copyright in action: Coping with copyright questions in your library 

    Myers, Carla
    As information professionals, library staff members are on the frontlines of copyright and intellectual property discussions. In this session, we will review examples of real-life copyright quandaries. Attendees will ...
  • Show me the Money! Or Not? Making Sense of the Fourth Factor of Fair Use. 

    Myers, Carla
    The fair use exception, found in Section 107 of US copyright law, is frequently utilized by librarians looking to reuse the works of others to provide services and resources to patrons (e.g. digitization projects, academic ...
  • OER and Fair Use: Strange Bedfellows or BFFs? 

    Myers, Carla S.; Pai, Sunyeen; Cross, Will
    Fair use is an exception found in U.S. copyright law that authors, educators, and librarians frequently take advantage of when using third-party works in the creation of new scholarship. Can fair use be considered when ...
  • TEACH-ing Online? 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In recent years, K-12 and academic libraries have seen an increasing demand to provide online access to film that can be used as part of course instruction. The Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) ...
  • Copyright Under Quarantine 

    Myers, Carla S.
    Our current circumstances are complex and dynamic, and libraries of all types are doing their best to respond to the needs of the diverse communities they serve. If you’re wondering how we move forward under these conditions, ...
  • Copyright and Course Reserves: Electronic and Media Reserves 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In this webinar, we'll explore ways in which academic libraries can lawfully connect faculty and students with access to books, book chapters, articles, and film through electronic and media reserve services. We'll also ...