The Evolution of Copyright Librarianship: How we got here, and critical partnerships that help form our profession
Monday, Sept. 12, 2022, 2pm-3:30pm ET
Presented by Jody Bailey, Kyle K. Courtney, Kenneth D. Crews, Will Cross, & Dave Hansen
Join us for a discussion about how the profession of copyright librarianship emerged and the key role partnerships play in helping us effectively address copyright issues and considerations when offering services and resources to patrons.
Taking the Hill: Partnerships in Legislative and Policy Making
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, 2pm-3:30pm ET
Presented by Sara Benson, Timothy Vollmer, & Stephen Wyber
In this webinar we’ll look at the ways those working with copyright at libraries and educational institutions can effectively advocate on behalf of their profession and their patrons as new laws are being considered or in policy making.
It Takes a Village: Copyright and Continuing Education
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, 2pm-3:30pm ET
Presented by Kyle K. Courtney, Will Cross, Rina Elster Pantalony, & Dave Hansen
In this webinar we’ll highlight partnerships and collaborative efforts aimed at helping library staff and patrons learn about the law and identify ways to effectively exercise user rights, such as fair use, when encountering copyright questions and issues.
Campus Collaborations: Partners Behind Every Corner
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022, 2pm-3:30pm ET
Presented by Kenneth D. Crews, Melanie Kowalski, Raven Lanier, Christine Weller
There are many opportunities for partnership at our institutions to help address copyright questions and issues encountered on the job as well as educate others about the law. In this session we’ll explore real world examples of such partnerships and discuss tips and best practices for building and sustaining them!
Collaborative Problem Solving!
Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, 2pm-3:30pm ET
Presented by Kenneth D. Crews, Ana Enriquez, Cindy Kristof
Bring your copyright questions to this session! Our group of panelists will demonstrate the various ways copyright librarians often work together to think through and address copyright issues.