[Sent on from the CNI listserv so apologies for duplicates, but this may
well be of interest to many of you attending ALA. David.]
Copyright in a Digital Age - a Practical Workshop
Friday, January 9, 2004
American Library Association Mid-Winter Conference San Diego, California
The Colorado Digitization Program, the National Initiative for a Networked
Cultural Heritage, and OCLC's Digital Collection & Preservation Services
Division invite you to participate, free of charge, in Copyright in A
Digital Age - A Practical Workshop. This day long workshop will be held on
January 9, 2004, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm during the American Library
Association Mid-Winter Conference in San Diego, California. The workshop
takes place at the San Diego Convention Center, Room 6E.
The workshop addresses the complex issues surrounding copyright. Topics
"Copyright Basics in a Digital Age"
"Get It Down in Writing: Institutional and Policy Issues"
"Identifying Your Copyright Assets"
"What Can I Do and How Safe Is It?"
"The Permissions Process"
Rina Pantalony, Legal Counsel for the Canadian Heritage Information Network,
will give the keynote address.
Other presenters include:
Lolly Gasaway, University of North Carolina
Georgia Harper, University of Texas
Maureen Whalen, J. Paul Getty Trust
Rachelle Browne, Smithsonian Institution
Linda Tadic, ARTstor.
A Web-based Resource Kit provides additional resources for use by
participants and their institutions. The workshop is free, but seating is
limited and registration is required.
Please register online at www.oclc.org/alaregister.