The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) is hosting a copyright conference on June 9-10, 2014 on its campus in Colorado Springs. The conference is co-sponsored by the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries and CLiC and is free to all registrants.
To register and get more information on the conference go to http://www.uccs.edu/library/copyrightworkshop.html
Librarians are constantly confronted with copyright questions and issues in the routine execution of their duties. The UCCS Copyright Conference offers public, academic, and school librarians the opportunity to learn about U.S. Copyright Law and how it impacts the services we offer our patrons. Conference participants will develop a better understanding of the law and learn how to balance the rights of authors and creators with the needs of our patrons.
Dr. Kenneth D. Crews is a keynote speaker!
This year will focus on:
- Fair Use and Libraries
- Answering copyright questions at your institution
Break-out sessions will explore the issues of
- Copyright and music
- Copyright and electronic course reserves
- Copyright in the classroom
- Copyright and institutional repositories
- Copyright and licensing