LYRASIS & Columbia University Libraries present Online Copyright Classes
Register for each class individually using the links below, or subscribe to LYRASIS Learning for access to all of our live, online classes and our full Learning Library.
2/24/2021 1:00 – 2:30 Eastern, free session
Heather Briston,Head of Curators and Collections, UCLA Library and Melissa Smith Levine, Director, Copyright office, University of Michigan Library
No Fear Fair Use: Practical Fair Use for Cultural Institutions
3/10/21 3:00 – 4:30pm Eastern
Sandra Aya Enimil, Copyright Librarian and Contracting Specialist at Yale University Library
Kyle K. Courtney, Copyright Advisor at Harvard University
Copyright Limitations and Exceptions
3/24/2021 1:00 – 2:30 Eastern
Lisa Macklin, Associate Dean, Research, Engagement, and Scholarly Communications for Emory University Libraries
Anne M. Young, Director of Legal Affairs and Intellectual Property at Newfields
4/27/2021 1:00 – 2:30 Eastern
Cherie Chen, Senior Registrar for Rights and Reproductions, J. Paul Getty Museum and Rina Elster Pantalony, Director of Copyright Advisory Services, Columbia University
More classes will be scheduled between now and June; look out for more announcements or check our class schedule.
About the Virtual Copyright Education Center
LYRASIS & Columbia University Libraries are collaborating to offer online classes on copyright through a Virtual Copyright Education Center (VCEC) pilot project. This pilot is introducing new classes to enable cultural heritage professionals to move beyond a basic understanding of copyright. The pilot includes business planning with the goal of developing a sustainable service model to continue providing training. To learn more about the project, read our press release and view the VCEC Advisory Group members.
LYRASIS is a technology and services membership 501(c)(3) non-profit supporting enduring access to our shared academic, scientific and cultural heritage through leadership in open technologies, content services, digital solutions and collaboration with archives, libraries, museums and knowledge communities worldwide. With 1,700+ institutions supporting LYRASIS’s 10 Community Supported Programs and another 300+ institutions that use its hosting and migration services, members enjoy the economies of scale and the shared benefit coming from the effect of networks