Title of Presentation

DIY Digital Copyright Reform: Towards a Critical Mass of Authors, Librarians, and Institutions

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Empowered content creators – including authors, librarians, institutions and others – are working to reform and reclaim digital copyright on terms that take into account the dynamic shift from physical to digital content consumption. This session will highlight innovators and activists in this space and will equip attendees to advocate for and seek solutions that meet the needs of their user communities and address the imperative for digital copyright reform.

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Start Date

10-2-2012 2:10 PM

End Date

10-2-2012 2:55 PM

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/19998

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Feb 10th, 2:10 PM Feb 10th, 2:55 PM

DIY Digital Copyright Reform: Towards a Critical Mass of Authors, Librarians, and Institutions

Empowered content creators – including authors, librarians, institutions and others – are working to reform and reclaim digital copyright on terms that take into account the dynamic shift from physical to digital content consumption. This session will highlight innovators and activists in this space and will equip attendees to advocate for and seek solutions that meet the needs of their user communities and address the imperative for digital copyright reform.