Title of Program

Copyright First Responders

Presentation Type

Table Talk

Program Description

Academic libraries grapple with copyright questions on a regular basis. As our work increasingly encompasses copyright-intensive programs and projects such as institutional repositories (IR), scholarly publishing, digital collections, open educational resources (OER), electronic reserves, streaming media, and MOOCs to name a few, the volume and complexity of copyright questions continues to expand. Although Orbis Cascade Alliance libraries are filled with copyright protected materials, most librarians and library need advanced copyright training as well as a peer support group to work through difficult, multifaceted copyright problems. This table talk will discuss an innovative copyright education and community of practice project known as CFRPNW – Copyright First Responders Pacific Northwest. Those who stop by the table will learn more about the project while engaging with CRFPNW Cohort 1 participants.

Start Date

20-7-2018 2:20 PM

End Date

20-7-2018 4:00 PM

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Jul 20th, 2:20 PM Jul 20th, 4:00 PM

Copyright First Responders

Academic libraries grapple with copyright questions on a regular basis. As our work increasingly encompasses copyright-intensive programs and projects such as institutional repositories (IR), scholarly publishing, digital collections, open educational resources (OER), electronic reserves, streaming media, and MOOCs to name a few, the volume and complexity of copyright questions continues to expand. Although Orbis Cascade Alliance libraries are filled with copyright protected materials, most librarians and library need advanced copyright training as well as a peer support group to work through difficult, multifaceted copyright problems. This table talk will discuss an innovative copyright education and community of practice project known as CFRPNW – Copyright First Responders Pacific Northwest. Those who stop by the table will learn more about the project while engaging with CRFPNW Cohort 1 participants.