Copyright Workflows for Work with Visual Resources
Monday, November 6, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. (Pacific Standard Time)
If you’re developing digital projects or have wondered how best to support researchers using copyrighted content from your collections, this webinar will teach you a workflow to consider copyright and other legal considerations when third party content is used in digital publishing projects or scholarship. It will also help you address related publishing and licensing questions once the project or scholarship is complete, and understand the flow of intellectual property rights.
The cost is $10 for SCA members; $5 for student members; and $20 for non-members. All registrants will receive a link to the webinar recording after the webinar is completed.
Rachael G. Samberg leads the Office of Scholarly Communication Services at the University of California, Berkeley, Library. A Duke Law graduate, Rachael practiced intellectual property litigation at Fenwick & West LLP for seven years before spending six years at Stanford Law School’s library, where she was Head of Reference & Instructional Services and a Lecturer in Law. Rachael speaks throughout the country about copyright and scholarly communication issues, and is a national presenter for the ACRL Workshop, Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement.
Everyone interested in learning new approaches to addressing copyright and intellectual property rights issues.
Registration open until October 31st. Online payment is required.