Among the many excellent programs at the American Library Association Annual Conference this weekend will be these two:
Legal Challenges to Digitization Projects: Adopting Orphan Works. This program is scheduled for Sunday, June 24, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm and will take place at the Renaissance Mayflower Colonial Room.
The speakers are:
Denise Troll Covey, Principal Librarian for Special Projects, Carnegie Mellon University,
Peter B. Hirtle, Intellectual Property Officer and Technology Strategist, Cornell University Library,
Douglas Knox, Interim Director, Dr. William M. Scholl Center for Family and Community History, the Newberry Library.
Miriam M. Nisbet, ALA Legislative Counsel.
Copyright 101: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Afraid
Monday, June 25 at the Marriott
at Metro Center, Rm: Salon D/1:30 - 3:30pm
This is a group poster session covering these topics:
1. Copyright: A Limited, Statutory Monopoly—Exclusive Rights & Limitations
2. Interlibrary Loan
3. Electronic Reserves for Text and Media
4. International Copyright: How Does It Work?
5. Fair Use 101
6. Preservation & Replacement
7. Copyright Advisory Network (www.librarycopyright.net)
8. Copyright Term and the Public Domain
9. Copyright in the Digital Age: Developing Resources for Your Academic
10. Retaining Your Copyright: Author’s Rights