Copyright and Libraries

CCM500 Library & Special Library Copyright Issues starts on Wednesday, March 28th, and we'd like you to be there!

This online course focuses on the copyright-related concerns that arise in libraries, including fair use, photocopying by library staff and by others, interlibrary loan, working with organizations such as the Copyright Clearance Center (United States) and Access Copyright (Canada), working with digital content vendors, the impact of copyright court cases and statutes, and the role of librarians and information professionals in copyright management.

Instructor Lesley Ellen Harris of is the author of several books on copyright, including Digital Licensing: A Practical Guide for Librarians, 2nd edition, and Canadian Copyright Law, currently undergoing its fourth revision.  She also writes the Info Rights column in SLA's Information Outlook magazine.

Dates:  March 28 – April 23 (course schedule)
Format:  live online sessions, discussion list participation, independent reading
Price:  $395 members/$495 non-members; member discounts available

Register today! 

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