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Everyone who produces or uses digital media or research is touched by copyright law. The subject sometimes provokes apprehension in academia. But worry no more — copyright concerns and fair use best practices will be front and center at this upcoming symposium, led by prominent national and regional experts. We will explore scholarly communications, open access, fair use, orphan works, recent court decisions, and timely critical issues.
Speakers and Events
Kevin Smith, M.L.S., J.D., Scholarly Communications Officer at Duke University
Kevin will discuss the growing trend of open access and open journal publishing in academia. He will focus on the actions that faculty might consider taking after the development of a campus open access mandate, including self-archiving, negotiating copyrights with publishers and much more.
Peter Jaszi, J.D., Professor of Law at American College of Law
David Hansen, J.D, Reference Librarian at UNC School of Law and Digital Library Fellow at Berkeley School of Law (http://www.law.unc.edu/directory/hansendavidr/)
Peter and David will discuss the Code of Best Practices for Fair Use of Orphan Works in Libraries, Archives and other Memory Institutions, development of which currently is being facilitated by the Berkeley Digital Library Project and the Washington College of Law Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property. They will focus on issues related to mass-digitization initiatives, fair use, and the scholarly use of copyrighted materials, and how they impact universities, libraries and faculty.
Martin Brennan, M.L.S., Copyright and Licensing Librarian, UCLA Young Research Library
Martin will discuss recent Copyright Court Decisions relevant to Libraries and Higher Education. In the past year or two, several copyright disputes with implications for libraries and higher education have been ruled upon or resolved at the district court level, including the Google Books case, the related Hathi Trust case, the Georgia State case, and the UCLA streaming case. Martin will review each of these cases briefly and examine what impact the outcomes have for libraries and universities, and highlight what to watch for as several of them go through the appeal process.
Tracey Mayfield, M.L.I.S. - Associate Dean, CSU Long Beach University Library.
Tracey will discuss the copyright awareness and education campaign that is currently catching fire within the CSU. She will address the unique environment of the CSU and the path CSULB is forging to set the benchmark for the rest of the system.
Stuart Pardau, J.D., Professor of Business Law at CSUN
Stuart will join the presenters in a panel discussion examining hot-button issues and answering questions posed from attendees.
For more detail, please see the Schedule of Events (PDF)
Coordinated by the Oviatt Library Copyright Team and CSUN Faculty Development.
For further information contact:
- Dean Arnold at (818) 677-2211 email@example.com
- Ross Kendall at (818) 677-2072 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Andrew Weiss at (818) 677-2571 email@example.com
- Daisy Lemus at (818) 677-5934 firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking is $6.00. For information call (818) 677-2638. Persons with disabilities needing assistance and deaf and hard of hearing persons needing interpreters, please call in advance for arrangements.