[Videolib] FW: ALA announces FREE, live national teleconference

Fersenheim, Tania (FersenheimT@neco.edu)
Mon, 20 Sep 2004 09:56:52 -0400

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I received an email about it. I do wish they had specified what type of
access you'll need to view the teleconference.
Is it web-based? Do we need teleconferencing facilities?
The registration form says they will "notify you of the satellite
coordinates as the broadcast date approaches."

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Have you heard of this ?

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From: John W. Berry, Carrie Russell and Rick Weingarten
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 9:21 AM
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Subject: ALA announces FREE, live national teleconference on
copyright September 24
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American Library Association

Making (c)opyright=20
Work For Your Library

Free! Live Satellite Broadcast
Brought to you by
The American Library Association, Office for Information Technology
Policy, and
NILRC: Network of Illinois Learning Resources in Community Colleges
Register Free Online

Friday, September 24, 2004
Noon to 2:00 P.M. Eastern Time

Live Production from=20
the College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL

Join us for a national teleconference with an in depth look at copyright
issues facing librarians and educators in the digital age.

On Friday, September 24, 2004, we will bring you the perspective of
three leading copyright experts

* Carrie Russell, Copyright Specialist, ALA Washington Office=20
* Kenneth Crews, Professor, Indiana University School of Law=20
* Edward Valauskas, Follett Chair in Library and Information
Science, Dominican University.=20

They will give you their view of the key issues facing librarians and

photo, John W. Berry<http://www.cod.edu/teleconf/ala/jberry3.jpg>
John W. Berry, NILRC Executive Director and past president of ALA, will
lead an audience of librarians and teachers to ask the kind of questions
to give you the information you need to understand complex copyright and
intellectual property issues in your library or institution.

This program promises to be both challenging and thoughtful. Our library
experts will share their thoughts and projections for the future of
copyright in the digital age.=20

You'll have a chance, either by phone, FAX, e-mail or your surrogates in
the audience, to ask the presenters questions and give them your


Featured participants:=20

Kenneth D. Crews is Samuel R. Rosen II Professor of Law and Professor of
Library and Information Science, and Director, Copyright Management
Center, Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis. Professor
Crews is one of the nation's leading copyright experts and sought-after
speaker at state and national conferences.

Carrie Russell is Copyright Specialist, Office for Information
Technology Policy, American Library Association, Washington Office. She
is author of the best-selling Complete Copyright (2004).

With fifteen years experience as a practicing librarian, Russell is a
frequent speaker at state, regional, and national library conferences
about the intricacies of copyright law. She is also the author of
numerous articles on copyright and information policy that have appeared
in such journals as Library Trends, Library Issues, Public Libraries,
and Library Journal, and pens a popular monthly column "Carrie on (c)"
in School Library Journal.

Edward J. Valauskas is the Follett Chair at the Graduate School of
Library and Information Science at Dominican University in River Forest,
Ill. He teaches classes on the history of the book, information policy,
the Internet, and scholarly communication. Edward is also Senior Editor
of First Monday, an Internet-only journal about the Internet, published
since 1996. First Monday can be found at http://firstmonday.org
&email=3Dcschappert@marywood.edu> . He has written a large number of
articles and several books on computing and the Internet.

John W. Berry is Executive Director of NILRC: Network of Illinois
Learning Resources in Community Colleges based in Chicago. Formerly, he
was Director of Advancement and Research Associate Professor, The
University Library, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) 1990-96.
>From 1985-89, Mr. Berry served as Executive Director of the Library
Administration and Management Association (LAMA), a division of the
American Library Association. A widely published author and frequent
lecturer, his areas of research interest include digital libraries,
intellectual property, distance learning, library building design and
fundraising for libraries. Mr. Berry served as ALA's 118th President in

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