[Videolib] ALA Video Round Table Preconference at American University

Lisbeth Goldberg (Lgoldb@arlingtonva.us)
Mon, 2 Apr 2007 12:37:28 -0400

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A note to all Videolib subscribers who plan to attend ALA Annual
Conference in Washington DC:

As chair of ALA's Video Round Table, I'd like to extend to you an
invitation to attend a very special pre-conference the VRT is hosting at
American University on Friday afternoon of conference. You do not have
to be a Video Round Table Member to attend.The event will be held at
AU's Washington College of Law, in downtown WA DC.
Registration information:
Here's the link to ALA's online registration:
http://www.ala.org/ala/eventsandconferencesb/annual/2007a/registration.h
tm#how

Please note: The code for preconference registration is: VR1

* For those who have not yet signed up for conference, please
register for the preconference along with your conference registratrion.
* If you've already registered for conference, and would like to
add the preconference, this same page will inform you how to "add
events."

User Rights at Risk in Video and Film: Issues for Media Librarians
ALA-VRT:=20
Friday, June 22, 2007, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Focuses on user rights under copyright law, including fair use and the
right to use orphan works. Features a major new initiative on fair use,
which created the "Documentary Filmmakers' Statement of Best Practices
in Fair Use." Speakers include experts from filmmaking, legal, academic
and practitioner communities. The preconference provides the latest
information on orphan works, and explores how librarians' service to
users and their own user rights are affected by current practices and
trends.
Speakers: Peter Jaszi, Professor of Law, Washington College of Law,
American University, Faculty Director of the Glushko- Samuelson
Intellectual Property Clinic; Pat Aufderheide, Professor, School of
Communication, American Univ., Executive Director, Center for Social
Media:
http://www.wcl.american.edu/ipclinic/bios.cfm
http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/about/staff/aufderheide/
Additional speakers to be announced.
Tickets: Advance: VRT Member: $50; ALA Member: $75; Non-Member: $125;
Student/Retired Member: $35. Onsite: VRT Member: $55; ALA Member: $80;
Non- Member: $150; Student/Retired Member: $40.
Looking forward to seeing you at Conference,
Lisbeth Goldberg, Chair, ALA Video Round Table

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ALA Video Round Table Preconference at American = University

A note to all Videolib subscribers who = plan to attend ALA Annual Conference in Washington DC:

As chair of ALA's Video Round Table, = I'd like to extend to you an invitation to attend a very special = pre-conference the VRT is hosting at American University on Friday = afternoon of conference. You do not have to be a Video Round Table = Member to attend.The event will be held at AU's Washington College of = Law, in downtown WA DC.

Registration information:
Here's the link to ALA's online = registration: http://www.ala.org/ala/eventsandconferencesb/annual/2007a/= registration.htm#how

Please note: The code for = preconference registration is: VR1

User Rights at Risk in Video and = Film: Issues for Media Librarians
ALA-VRT:
Friday, June 22, 2007, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Focuses on user rights under = copyright law, including fair use and the right to use orphan works. = Features a major new initiative on fair use, which created the = "Documentary Filmmakers' Statement of Best Practices in Fair = Use." Speakers include experts from filmmaking, legal, academic and = practitioner communities. The preconference provides the latest = information on orphan works, and explores how librarians' service to = users and their own user rights are affected by current practices and = trends.
Speakers: Peter Jaszi, Professor of Law, Washington College of Law, = American University, Faculty Director of the Glushko- Samuelson = Intellectual Property Clinic; Pat Aufderheide, Professor, School of = Communication, American Univ., Executive Director, Center for Social = Media:

http://www.wcl.american.edu/ipclinic/bios.cfm
= http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/about/staff/aufderheide/
Additional speakers to be = announced.
Tickets: Advance: VRT Member: = $50; ALA Member: $75; Non-Member: $125; Student/Retired Member: = $35. Onsite: VRT Member: $55; ALA Member: $80; Non- Member: = $150; Student/Retired Member: $40.

Looking forward to seeing you at = Conference,
Lisbeth Goldberg, Chair, ALA Video = Round Table

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