Thursday, June 25, 2020
2:00 - 3:30 PM, ET

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Copyright for Digital Projects - Webinar (06/25/20)

Who owns the digital content your library creates?


Digital projects usually require some amount of copyright assessment. This session introduces the major considerations about copyright and rights statements when digitizing: What is copyright? How does copyright affect decision-making? Developing a copyright approach. It also includes tools and resources to use for digitization projects. 

This webinar is for library staff with roles in collections care, exhibiting, or technical services. Any staff with an interest in improving collections care are welcome.

Virtual Trainer: Frances Harrell

Frances (she/her) is the Lead Consultant for Myriad, and is responsible for project coordination with all our clients. She is an independent archives professional with over ten years of experience working with cultural heritage organizations. She has spent the larger part of her career helping libraries, archives, and museums achieve their preservation goals through consulting and training in paper, photograph, audiovisual, and digital collections.

She has served the preservation field in many professional leadership roles, including as Co-Chair of ALA's Preservation Outreach Committee, Co-Chair of ALA's Digital Preservation Interest Group, Chair of SAA's Preservation Section, as well as serving on the Program Committees for the PASIG conference and the New England Archivists conference. Frances received her MLIS with a focus in Archives Management at Simmons College and her BA in English Literature from the University of Florida.

This is an online class. Access information will be emailed one week ahead.

Cost: NEFLIN classes are free of charge for Florida library staff. Registration is required for all classes and NEFLIN members get priority.