Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Free Webinar (April 17): Libraries and COVID-19: Considering Copyright During a Crisis, Part 2

Yes, after a successful webinar on April 3, we were asked to do it again!  Part 2 will be held on April 17, 12 noon ET (one hour).  The first 1500 people will be able to register (free), with the live event limited to the first 1000.  The April 3 event had over 900 people, so this is clearly a needed topic.

Yes, the recording will be available afterwards.

Details from AL Live:

On April 3, we addressed several copyright issues on AL Live. We received so many audience questions and comments that our expert panel is back for a second session, where we’ll continue the discussion of how libraries can address these challenges. We’ll also share practical tips and information about which digital content providers have loosened restrictions on their materials during this pandemic.
Panelists include:
  • Lesley Ellen Harris, CEO of Copyrightlaws.com
  • Jill Hurst-Wahl, associate professor of practice, Syracuse University School of Information Studies, and president of Hurst Associates Ltd.
  • Kenneth D. Crews, attorney, Gipson Hoffman & Pancione, and international copyright consultant

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