Higher education universities and their libraries provide copyright information to the members of their community in different ways. Join us on CopyTalk this month to hear three universities describe the services they offer regarding copyright to their faculty, staff, and students. Our presenters will include Sandra Enimil, Program Director, University Libraries Copyright Resources Center from the Ohio State University, Pia Hunter, Visiting Assistant Professor and Copyright and Reserve Librarian from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Cindy Kristof, Head of Copyright and Document Services from Kent State University.CopyTalk will take place on August 6th at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern time. After a brief introduction of our presenters, our speakers will present for 45 minutes, and we will end with a Q&A session (questions will be collected during the presentations).Please join us at the webinar URL. Enter as a guest, no password required.
In this webinar, OCLC Program Officer Jackie Dooley will provide an overview of her recently published report, The Archival Advantage: Integrating Archival Expertise into Management of Born-digital Library Materials, in which she showcases the benefits of involving archivists in the management of born-digital library materials (i.e., created and managed in digital form). She’ll cover ten areas of archival expertise and their relevance to the digital context…
- provide a snapshot of community-based collections at ARL member libraries;
- discuss community stewardship practices; and
- review rewards and challenges reported by survey respondents.
Webcast Details and Registration
Presenters: Lourdes Santamaría-Wheeler, Jessica Belcoure Marcetti, Rebecca Fitzsimmons, and Sophia Krzys Acord, University of Florida
Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Time: 1:00–1:45 p.m. eastern daylight time
Cost: Free for 2015 SPEC Kit subscribers. $25 (USD) for all others.
Registration: Register online
Deadline: Register by Wednesday, August 5, 2015
The TRLN Management Academy is an experiential learning program that is unique in its focus on preparing mid-level library managers to manage complex and diverse resources. In a time of increased demand for accountability and sound management of staff, budgets, and technology, the Academy is a developmental opportunity that you cannot afford to miss.