August 14, 10-11:30 a.m., ODT Website - NISO Webinar: Copyright Decisions: Impact of Recent Cases on Libraries and Publishers-archive only
This webinar will not be screened. The archive access will be available for this webinar shortly after it airs on the ODT Website.
Aug 14, 2013
from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
|Contact Name||Elaine Jennerich|
|Contact Phone||(206) 685-1464|
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NOTE: THIS WEBINAR WILL NOT BE AIRED IN THE LIBRARIES. THE ARCHIVE OF THE WEBINAR WILL APPEAR ON THE ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING PAGE SOME TIME AFTER THE WEBINAR.
The Digital Age has spurred a number of disruptive innovations in information dissemination and access that rely on fair use and teaching exceptions in Copyright Law. Globalization has also provided means for exchange of content that had not existed before. In response to these innovations, publishers have filed several high profile lawsuits in an attempt to protect their business models and regain control by stemming the flow of these new delivery methods. This webinar will shed some light on these recent lawsuits and discuss the ramifications the decisions these cases have on information flow now and in the future.
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