Guide your institution to full compliance with its fair use and e-reserve legal obligations.
Even though institutions of higher education are the most significant users of copyrighted materials, their policies frequently fail to reflect current copyright frameworks. For fair use issues, your institution likely restrains its policies more than necessary out of fear of copyright infringement in the face of uncertainty. Conversely, the use of electronic reserves - and the untested legal issues they present - may well be creating potential copyright liability for your institution and your staff.
Join Academic Impressions in this two-part archived webcast designed to help you effectively guide your institution to full compliance with its fair use and e-reserve legal obligations.
Librarians, archivists, and staff responsible for the creation and enforcement of institutional copyright policy will leave this event with the knowledge they need to apply fair use doctrine and establish e-reserves policy.
Session 1: Applying the Fair Use Doctrine - participants will:
Session 2: Copyright Considerations for e-reserves - participants will:
"Clear, concise and well paced presentation. Presenters were not only subject matter experts but engaging. Very few extraneous words in a meaty topic."
Karen Bambacus, Director, Instructional Technologies, Frostburg State University, Maryland
"The program provides a great foundation in the fair use dimensions of copyright law useful in faculty and staff development."
Dr. Rodney Vliet, Dean of Library and Media Services, Biola University (La Mirada, CA)
"We are training library staff to handle copyright management at our institution and this was a very thorough introduction to the concept of "fair use". We will use this information to compile our policies to share with faculty, staff, and students as we administer copyright on campus. The speakers were very clear and concise and gave pertinent, real-life examples."
Penny Cowan, Digital Systems Librarian, University of the South
"This provided an extremely valuable overview to the issues of Fair Use in a variety of venues. I recommend this to librarians and other educators involved with copyright and campus policies."
Jon Ritterbush, Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Nebraska-Kearney
As Duke University’s first scholarly communications officer, Kevin Smith’s principle role is to teach and advise faculty, administrators, and students about copyright, intellectual property licensing, and scholarly publishing. Before moving to Duke in 2006, Kevin, a librarian and a lawyer, served as the director of the Pilgrim Library at Defiance College in Ohio, where he also taught constitutional law. He is a member of the provost’s Intellectual Property Board at Duke and is chair of ACRL’s Research and Scholarly Environment committee.
Kevin Smith has contributed to a number of AI events both in-person and online advising hundreds of higher education administrators. His previous events include:
Steve is the editor of The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act: A Legal Compendium; the author of articles on FERPA for the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education, and other publications; and a frequent speaker on FERPA. He previously served as associate legal counsel at The Ohio State University.
Steve began his legal career in private practice and has taught at Ohio State’s College of Law and at Capital University Law School. He is a fellow and past member of the board of directors of the National Association of College and University Attorneys.
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