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Stakes and Stakeholders: OER—Framing the Issues
This book is intended to act as a guide for would-be champions of Open Educational Resources (OER) that anyone—called to action by the example set by the chapter authors—might learn serve as OER champions and guides ...
Copyright and Digital Preservation: Legal and Administrative Issues
In today’s information landscape, there are fewer topics that more urgently demand expansive discourse than digital preservation, which touches on everything from technology to copyright. The Association for Library ...
Coaching up the Chain of Command
An increasing number of academics, especially librarians, find that they need to teach at least the basics of copyright law and its application to a wide variety of audiences. Copyright is a complex and counter-intuitive ...
Walking the Tightrope: Balancing Student’s Desire for Textbooks & the Library Budget
This chapter provides an overview of how academic libraries can adequately budget for and manage textbooks circulated to students through a print course reserve service.
Copyright & OER: Outlining the Issues
Copyright issues come into play as open educational resources (OER) are created, and people frequently have questions about copyright and licensing when seeking to reuse, remix, and redistribute OER. To help address common ...
Copyright Basics: Six Things Every Librarian Should Know
Through this presentation librarians learned about copyright myths and misconceptions and how the law impacts library services.
Scholarly Communications-Trends and Issues
Session participants learned how to develop a scholarly communications outreach program for their institution.
Copyright Boot Camp
This presentation provided an overview of US copyright law and the exceptions that are most relevant to libraries and educational institutions.
Copyright Trends & Issues
This session provided an overview of current copyright issues impacting libraries and academia.
Copyright Boot Camp
This presentation provided an overview of US copyright law and the exceptions that impact libraries and academia.