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Wednesday, October 16 • 10:20am - 11:15am
#w2b: copyrights

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Presentations
Session Chair: Deirdre Joyce (Syracuse University Libraries)
 
Visual copyright tools: promoting standardized rights statements through a community of practice
Nancy Sims(1), Molly Huber(2), Gabriel Galson(3)
1: University of Minnesota Libraries; 2: Minnesota Digital Library; 3: Temple University
 
This session compares two new visual tools used to assign RightsStatements.org statements. While they differ in structure and scope, both use design principles to clarify legal concepts, easing implementation. They’re Twitter and search engine friendly, and they dovetail with broader efforts to promote RightsStatements.org worldwide.
 
 
Unlocking the Record of American Creativity: The Catalog of Copyright Entries
Greg Cram, Sean Redmond
The New York Public Library, United States of America
 
The Copyright Office has one of the best records of American creativity, but the records are difficult to use efficiently. Unlocking this record is essential for cultural heritage organizations to make digitized collections broadly available for reuse. This presentation focuses on NYPL's efforts to make this data open and searchable.
 
 
The Public Domain in Context: Developing Ethics Literacy for Open Collections
Perry Collins
University of Florida, United States of America
 
As high-profile works enter the public domain each year, LAM institutions have a renewed opportunity to promote awareness of out-of-copyright collections. How can LAMs embrace and implement our values of openness while also promoting literacy around the ethical use of public domain collections?
 

Moderators
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Deirdre Joyce

Head of the Digital Library Program, Syracuse University
Deirdre is an archivist and librarian who currently works as the head of the Digital Library Program at Syracuse University. Previously she worked as a metadata librarian at SU before serving as a project manager for New York Heritage Digital Collections and the Empire Archival Discovery... Read More →

Speakers
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Greg Cram

Director of Copyright, Permissions and Information Policy, New York Public Library
Greg Cram is the Director of Copyright, Permissions and Information Policy at The New York Public Library. Greg endeavors to make the Library’s collections broadly available to researchers and the public. He is responsible for developing and implementing policies and practices around... Read More →
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Molly Huber

Minnesota Digital Library Outreach Coordinator, Minitex
Molly Huber joined the Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) in 2014, having previously worked at the Minnesota Historical Society and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. She holds a B.A from the University of Massachusetts and an M.A from the University of South Carolina. As MDL's Outreach... Read More →
avatar for Gabriel N. Galson

Gabriel N. Galson

Technology Projects Librarian, Temple University Libraries
Gabe Galson is a Technology Projects Librarian at Temple U, serving as project manager for web and tech dev projects. He serves on the DPLA Rights Statements Working Group and the PA Digital DPLA hub, and has a background in archives/digitization.


Wednesday October 16, 2019 10:20am - 11:15am EDT
Grand Salons C-D