I recently published a book chapter (“Hooking Your Audience on Copyright”) in Coaching Copyright, edited by Kevin L. Smith and Erin L. Ellis (2019). The chapter is available open access at ScholarWorks.
Category Archives: LQ events
Charlotte Roh and I are running a workshop today for ISSR (Institute for Social Science Research), on negotiating your author agreements. Author Negotiations Workshop, ISSR, April 17 – 107 Bartlett Hall, 1pm – 3pm “Negotiating Author Contracts and Agreements” with Laura Quilter, the Copyright and Information Policy Librarian at UMass
Nicole Allen (@txtbks) and I will be speaking at a panel at LibrePlanet in Cambridge, MA, this weekend: New research techniques like data mining have highlighted the shortcomings in “free” (as in beer) licensing of academic research, and the benefits of “libre” licensing that permits true scholarly engagement with data and
Just a reminder to all who signed up: We’ll be hosting our first UMass copyright bootcamp on January 13 and 14th, from 10am to 3pm. We were so over-subscribed on the 14th that we added another session on the 13th, and thanks to all who helped us by swapping sessions
I’ll be presenting tomorrow (Nov. 7, 2014) at the “Long Arm of the Law” program at the Charleston Conference, with Bill Hannay, and Ann Okerson moderating. I get to do copyright …. http://2014charlestonconference.sched.org/event link Panel description: This is the 4th year of the Charleston Conference’s legal update session. We wondered
#FairUseWeek panel 2/28 w/ @andy_sellars @Ellenfindur @lquilter Ann Whiteside of @HarvardGSD HT @KyleKCourtney http://bit.ly/fairuseweek14
I’m guest blogging on the topic of the Trans-Pacific Partnership at ALA Washington Office’s “District Dispatch” blog for Copyright Week.
I’ll be on a NISO webinar with Brandon Butler and Scott Klebe, on August 14, 2013. Topic is: “Copyright Decisions: Impact of Recent Copyright Decisions on Libraries and Publishers”.