Headed to the Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference? Apply for an OhioNET Registration Scholarship!
Are you ready for the future of music copyright?
With the Music Modernization Act taking notable steps on its way through Congress and the future of music copyright law at a pivotal moment, the 2018 Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference brings a timely, first-of-its-kind focus to fast-evolving issues surrounding copyright law in music.
“Keeping the Beat: Copyright Law in Music” takes place Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 26-27, on the campus of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Register now!
OhioNET and OhioLINK are making registration scholarships worth $225 available to members looking to attend the conference. Applications are due August 10th.
Learn more and apply for one of these scholarships
· Kenneth D. Crews - Attorney, author, professor and international copyright consultant.
· Kathleen DeLaurenti - Head librarian of the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University's Arthur Friedheim Library..
· Eric Harbeson - Assistant professor and music special collections librarian at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
· Nazareth "Naz" Pantaloni - Head of the copyright program at Indiana University Libraries.
· Maria Scheid - Copyright services specialist with copyright services at The Ohio State University Libraries.
· Ty Turley Trejo - Assistant direct of licensing for the copyright licensing office at Brigham Young University.
Contact Carla Myers, coordinator of scholarly communications, at 513-529-3935 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit the full conference website for more details and regular updates at CopyrightConference.lib.MiamiOH.edu