Friday, January 14, 2011

Workshop: Deciding to Digitize

The Center for Intellectual Property would like to remind everyone that the registration deadline is February 4th for the online workshop on the legal, ethical, and copyright considerations of digitizing content. For more information and to register see the links below:

DECIDING TO DIGITIZE: Legal, Ethical, and Copyright Considerations (4 weeks).

Dates: February 14 - March 11, 2011 (Reg by February 4).

Instructor & guest speakers include:

       ~ Peggy Hoon, J.D. (Instructor).
       ~ Kevin Cherry, Senior Program Officer, Institute of Museum and Library Services.
       ~ Peter B. Hirtle, Senior Policy Advisor, Cornell University Library.

Description: Living in a digitally dominated world raises numerous critical and important questions, particularly for copyright holders and for those who face the decisions of what, when, and how to digitize.

This course, which assumes a working knowledge of copyright basics, will address the legal and ethical issues and copyright considerations underpinning the formation of a responsible and balanced digitization practice, policy, procedure or workflow.

Fee: $480/600 (member/non-member)



~ Membership. Use your individual or institutional membership to save 20% today and on future courses along with a wealth of additional member benefits.

~ Certification. Register for a certification program and save up to %12 off individual course fees as a non member. Members save more.

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