ARL Copyright Workshop

From: Mary Jackson <mary>
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 1996 10:00:12 -0400 (EDT)

Please excuse cross postings.

"Copyright and Libraries: A Leadership Workshop" to be held on September 19 - 20, 1996 in Seattle, WA has reached our target registration limit of 60. Because we are still receiving inquiries, we have decided to increase the limit by 10. If you are interested in attending the Workshop, please contact Allyn Fitzgerald as quickly as possible. We can accept only 10 additional participants.

A copy of the registration form follows.

Regards,

Mary Jackson


Mary E. Jackson                            mary[_at_]cni.org
Access & Delivery Services Consultant      202/296-2296 phone 
Association of Research Libraries          202/872-0884 fax
21 Dupont Circle
Washington, DC 20036

The Association of Research Libraries is pleased to announce "Copyright & Libraries: A Leadership Workshop." This workshop is one of a series of initiatives to promote copyright awareness within North American higher education and research communities.

"Copyright & Libraries: A Leadership Workshop" Sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries

September 19 - 20, 1996
University of Washington, Seattle
Husky Union Building
Seattle, WA

Purpose and Overview:
This two-day Copyright Workshop for directors and librarians in research and academic libraries will be held on September 19 - 20, 1996. The goals of the workshop are to:

  1. provide a foundation for understanding the U.S. copyright law and related guidelines and court cases;
  2. update librarians about copyright in the print and electronic environment, with an emphasis on the impact of the NII on copyright; and,
  3. contribute to educational efforts to increase copyright awareness within the North American higher education and research communities.

Day One will provide the conceptual framework of U.S. copyright, review in detail the law, related guidelines, key legal cases, and anticipated legislative changes. Day One will also include an overview of the framework of a university copyright policy, including an examination of the university and/or faculty ownership of faculty works and the impact of technology on those policies. The day will conclude with a case study of developing a copyright awareness program within a research institution.

Day Two moves participants from the conceptual framework to the application of copyright by beginning with a facilitated discussion of the tensions between holders and users of copyrighted materials. Breakout sessions will encourage participants to engage in focused discussions on the impact of copyright and licensing on the following library functions or collections: electronic reserves, interlibrary loan, preservation, database licensing, distance education, multimedia, software, special collections/archives/images, and Web sites, as well as university and/or faculty ownership of copyrighted works. The workshop will end with participants developing an action plan to take back to their own institutions.

Target Audience:

     The workshop is limited to librarians interested in increasing their knowledge of copyright in an educational setting. Individuals might include those who:

Workshop Leaders:

Dates and Times:

     Thursday, September 19 ,1996;  9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
	Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
     Friday, September 20, 1996;  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee and Process:
Attendance is limited to 75 participants. The registration fee includes resource materials, lunches, and breaks.

	Librarians from ARL institutions: 		$300
	Librarians from other academic libraries:	$400

Hotel Accommodations:
A block of rooms has been reserved at the University Inn, adjacent to the University of Washington, Seattle campus. Participants are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. Request the rate for the Copyright Room Block. The rate includes a complimentary continental breakfast. Room rates are guaranteed until August 16, 1996.

	University Inn
	4140 Roosevelt Way NE
	Seattle, WA  98105
	phone:  800/733-3855
	fax:  206/547-4937
	email:  univinn[_at_]aol.com

	Rate:	$76 standard single
		$86 deluxe single (each plus 15.2% tax)

For Additional Information:
	Registration inquiries:    Allyn Fitzgerald (allyn[_at_]cni.org)
	Program inquiries:         Mary Jackson (mary[_at_]cni.org)

  	202/296-2296 phone         202/872-0884  fax 


***registration form follows***

Association of Research Libraries
Copyright & Libraries: A Leadership Workshop September 19 - 20, 1996
University of Washington, Seattle
Husky Union Building
Seattle, WA

Registration Form

Registration Deadline: August 16, 1996

Prepayment Required.
Confirmations will be emailed beginning August 1, 1996. No refunds for cancellations after August 16, 1996.

Name:
Title:
Institution:
Street:
City:
State:
ZIP:
Phone:
Fax:
Email:

In order to plan for the focused discussions, please rank your preferences for topics for the Concurrent Sessions on Day Two. Use #1 to indicate first preference; #2 for second preference; #3 for the third preference, etc.

	Database licensing
	Distance education		
	Electronic reserves		
	ILL/DD				
	Multimedia
	Preservation
	Software
	Special collections/archives
	University/Faculty Ownership		
	Web sites

Payment Method:
	Visa:                   	Expiration Date:
	Master Card: 		 	Expiration Date:
     	Signature:

Check (Made payable to the Association of Research Libraries)

Please indicate any special dietary requirements:

Mail or fax registration form and payment to:

	Allyn Fitzgerald
	Association of Research Libraries
	21 Dupont Circle, Suite 800
	Washington, DC 20036
	FAX:  202/872-0884
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