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...pivoting to focus on innovation. Still blogging about copyright and occasionally on digitization.
2022-08-11 18:31
At the end of 2021, Blake Reid published an article on "Copyright and Disability" in the California Law Review. The article is available through the Law Review and the SSRN website (Elsevier… Read More
2022-08-05 17:08
This is off-topic, but honestly something that does come up in conversations especially with new college students (of any age). When you were in high school, did your teachers teach you… Read More
2022-06-22 14:52
Has your library moved away from using the CONTU guidelines for interlibrary loan (ILL)? Jimmy Carter was the U.S. President when CONTU was adopted in 1979. That may be before many who… Read More
2022-06-08 18:32
I've written about controlled digital lending (CDL) before. I'm a proponent of it because I understand how it works legally and its benefits. For me this is one more way libraries are engage… Read More
2022-06-01 14:50
I had a wonderful conversation yesterday with someone else who does copyright training. Our conversation wandered and one of the things we touched on was basically, "what is a copier?" Yo… Read More
2022-04-12 13:00
The book, The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters (paid link), has been mentioned on recent episodes of the T is for Training podcast (which I'm a part) and has been bubbling up… Read More
Diversifying Your Presentation Images
2022-04-11 13:00
This has come up in several conversations recently, so I think it is worthy of a post.  It is important that the images of people we use in presentations - and on our websites - show th… Read More
2022-02-10 14:00
I like to keep track of copyright-related libguides and many end up in my Diigo bookmark account. All of them are worthwhile - including those I don't bookmark - even if they have their plus… Read More
2021 Year In Review: Copyright
2021-12-30 18:00
A few things stand out to me in 2021 related to copyright and one major effort that is not (but is about access).First,  I've already written about Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) and… Read More
2021 Year In Review: Conferences
2021-12-28 13:30
In most years, I can easily list the conferences I have attended, because they were events I traveled to. And when you need to travel to attend a conference or most professional development… Read More
Mary Minow On Supporting Online Classes
2021-12-27 19:01
I continue to catch-up with reading magazines that are on my "pile." Today I found this gem. In her June 2021 American Libraries column with Tomas Lipinski, Mary Minow answers the follo… Read More
2021-12-27 15:00
On October 29, a group of copyright experts answered questions on Reddit about Section 1201  in U.S. Copyright Law. Even though that conversation had ended, the thread is still worth re… Read More
#NYLA2021: Fundraising Without Book Sales
2021-11-23 16:00
This year, the New York Library Association held its annual conference in both virtual (Oct. 28-29) and in-person (Nov. 3-6) formats, as well as having on-demand content. Below are notes fro… Read More
2021-11-16 15:30
Public Knowledge hosted a copyright discussion on the Reddit platform recently. They wrote:We are copyright experts here to talk to you about this week’s anticircumvention exemptions… Read More
#NYLA2021: Mental Health In BIPOC Services
2021-11-15 18:00
This year, the New York Library Association held its annual conference in both virtual (Oct. 28-29) and in-person (Nov. 3-6) formats, as well as having on-demand content. Below are notes fro… Read More
#NYLA2021: How To Run An Effective Meeting
2021-11-15 15:25
This year, the New York Library Association held its annual conference in both virtual (Oct. 28-29) and in-person (Nov. 3-6) formats, as well as having on-demand content. Below are notes fro… Read More
Webinar: Before Friends Become Frienemies
2021-10-25 17:37
For nearly the past two years, I have been the board president for my library system's board of trustees. Our system also has a friends group. So it was only natural that I be interested in… Read More
Move At The Pace Of Trust
2021-09-28 12:30
Last week I spoke with a group of doctoral students in the Syracuse iSchool about the intersection of theory and practice.  One of the questions asked was - as I remember - about the th… Read More
2021-08-05 13:00
The 2019 article "Leo Sarkisian's 'Music Time in Africa': U-M archivist, anthropologist revive popular Voice of America show" includes an example of digital reparations, which I think is wor… Read More
2021-07-02 12:30
I attended the ESLN webinar, "Understanding the CASE Act and the Implications for Library Liability and Projection," by Dr. Tomas A. Lipinski. This was a content dense webinar. Lipinski note… Read More
2021-06-16 12:00
In 2018, I wrote a blog post that was really for my new student workers.  It was entitled "Building a Team." Honestly, putting something in writing to guide my new team in how to work w… Read More
The Chatham House Rule
2021-04-21 15:44
I am on five different boards of directors/trustees and involved in other organizations, in ADDITION to my own consulting work. Yes, I'm busy and in many conversations. One group recently in… Read More
Creative Commons Podcast
2021-04-12 12:30
I enjoy listening to podcasts and am pleased to now be listening to this one. In February, the Creative Commons launched a new podcast called Open Minds … from Creative Commons… Read More

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