This two-part webinar series is presented by Mary Minow, library copyright
expert and holder of Dominican University's Follett Chair.

   - *What Every Library Worker Should Know*, October 9, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
   Every library story time, website space for blog comment, or film
   showing has copyright implications for library staff and for the
   institution. Get a firm grip on copyright basics to learn what's clear,
   what's not, and how to minimize risk. This webinar will cover the basics on
   identifying public domain materials, introduce viewers to the "library
   exception" that allows libraries to make replacement and preservation
   copies of materials and offer interlibrary loan, under certain conditions,
   and will provide a simple form to file with the U.S. Copyright Office to
   limit the library's exposure when patrons use library resources.
   - *Hot Issues in Copyright*, October 30, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. CST
   Ebooks, orphan works, and e-reserves have all been central issues in
   litigation. Get an update on cases and other pending copyright developments
   that affect libraries, users and access to information.

*Presenter Bio:* Mary Minow is currently the holder of the Follett Chair in
Library and Information
Dominican University.  She is also a member of the National Museum and
Library Services Board. She manages the Stanford Copyright and Fair Use
website and founded the Library Law blog <>. In
addition, she serves on the board of the Electronic Privacy Information
Center, as well as the board of the Freedom to Read

$25 per session.* Series discount: *Register and pay for both sessions for
the discounted price of $40. One CPDU available for each session.

Register for What Every Library Worker Should Know, October

Register for Hot Issues in Copyright, October

Register for both

*System Requirements for Participating*

Participants will need to have a broadband internet connection and a
computer running the latest version of Java. You may check if your systems
are compatible by testing your computer's setup
access links to update software as needed.  Select the "Configuration Room"
option on the same page, as this will provide an opportunity to test your
connection and to download any additional software that may be needed (such
as the "Blackboard Collaborate Launcher").

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