A workshop sponsored by the University and College Division
and the Oklahoma School Librarians Division
February 26, 2016, at Virginia College, Tulsa, Oklahoma
This workshop will help librarians from academic, public, and school libraries learn more about the copyright issues that they might encounter in the course of their daily jobs, including what libraries and librarians may legally do, and what our patrons may do.
For more information, contact Linda Pye, 580-774-7021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $65/OLA Members, $130/Non-members.
Lunch from Zoë's Kitchen is included (vegetarian option available).
Continuing Education: 0.5 CEUs
Registration deadline: Feb. 19, 2016
Questions about registration? Send an email to Kay Boies, email@example.com, or call 405-525-5100.
|Registration and Coffee
||Welcome and Introduction
||Keynote: Jennifer Prilliman, Associate Director and Law Library Professor, Oklahoma City University School of Law
Breakout Sessions 1
"Copyright Pointers in the Performing Arts"—Beth Fleming, Music Librarian, Oklahoma City University
"Digitized Collections: Copyright from
the User and Content Provider Perspective"—Tara Carlisle, Digital
Scholarship Specialist, University of Oklahoma; and "Scholarly
Publishing and Copyright"—Stacy Zemke, Director of Learning Initiatives
||Lunch catered by Zoë's Kitchen
Breakout Sessions 2
"Copyright in School Libraries"—Barbara Ray, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, Northeastern State University
"Responding to Copyright Questions on Campus"—John Price, Board of Regents' Legal Counsel, Oklahoma State University
||Panel discussion on copyright for librarians
||Wrap-up and evaluations
Parking at Virginia College: Park anywhere in the large parking lot in front of the school. Enter the Virginia College building through the front doors, turn left, go through the black double doors and then make a quick right. There will be signs posted to guide you! The keynote session will be held in room 222.
Download the workshop flyer (PDF)