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Copyright, Licensing, and the Law of E-Books (ALA TechSource Workshop)
Mary Minow
Item Number: 1541-8948
 
Publisher: ALA TechSource
Price: $60.00
 
 
 
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A 90-minute workshop, Thursday, September 18, 2014, 2:30pm Eastern/1:30pm Central/12:30pm Mountain/11:30am Pacific


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ALA TechSource Workshops offer a convenient, hands-on learning experience that will help you and your colleagues make the best technology decisions for your library. This ALA TechSource Workshop is licensed for use by staff or users of the purchasing institution or library organization.
Copyright, Licensing, and the Law of E-Books (ALA TechSource Workshop)
A 90-minute workshop, Thursday, September 18, 2014, 2:30pm Eastern/1:30pm Central/12:30pm Mountain/11:30am Pacific

Along with their popularity and convenience, e-books bring their own set of challenges to libraries. If you manage an existing e-book collection or are in the planning stages, the following questions will already sound familiar: as your library acquires e-books, do you acquire ownership or access? How do the rights granted for lending print books change in a digital environment? How does the concept of First Sale apply to library materials, and what is its current application to library e-books? Lending and licensing models are in flux, and new players are entering the e-book marketplace, making up-to-date guidance even more necessary. In this workshop Mary Minow from LibraryLaw.com will take you on a pragmatic journey through the law of e-books, cutting through the jargon to give straight answers to common questions. With an understanding of the legal underpinnings of library e-book lending, you’ll be able to plan an effective e-book strategy for your library. Among the topics to be explored:
  • An introductory review of major e-book platform vendors and emerging library-based projects
  • Is First Sale in jeopardy, as some say? 
  • The implication of a recent court decision, The Authors Guild v. Hathitrust, with regard to Fair Use 
  • How the so-called Library Exception (Section 108), which permits libraries and archives to make copies for interlibrary loan, preservation and replacement, applies to e-books
  • Conditions and e-book applications of Section 121, also known as the Chafee Amendment, which allows authorized entities to copy and distribute some copies to persons with print disabilities 
  • What to look for in licensing language and provisions  

About the Instructor

Mary Minow is Counsel to the Califa Group, and a library law consultant on issues of copyright, privacy, intellectual freedom, and related issues. Co-author with Tomas Lipinski of The Library's Legal Answer Book, she manages the website for the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center and tweets at both @FairlyUsed and @LibraryLaw.  She has a J.D. from Stanford University and an M.L.S. from the University of Michigan.

 
 

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