Copyright in Action: Understanding Section 108
Libraries share a common mission to preserve and freely share collected resources. As we move further into a world of contracting for access to (instead of ownership of) digital resources, it’s critical for library staff members to understand how Section 108 of copyright law impacts how we build collections and how we share them through services like interlibrary loan.
Attendees of this session will have the opportunity to:
- Review basic history of copyright legislation and case law
- Explore Section 108 in detail, including how it can be used for preservation and accessibility purposes
- Discuss resources to stay informed on this issue
Who Should Attend
Library staff who work in interlibrary loan, circulation, course reserves, archives, accessibility services and community outreach and anyone with an interest in the topic.
Carla Myers Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications
Carla Myers serves as Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries. Her professional presentations and publications focus on fair use, copyright in the classroom, and library copyright issues.
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