Join us for an informative program presented by Stephanie "Cole" Adams, the attorney for CDLC's Ask the Lawyer service.
In any given day, a librarian may be asked to: make inter-library loan copies, decide if a back-up copy of an aging book can be made, determine if items can be scanned for a database, create ADA-accessible material, make a fun parody video to promote the library, and weigh in on if a professor can show a movie in class. Whoa...who knew an MLS would need to double as a law degree? Join us for a practical and interactive session covering the latest developments at the vertex of libraries and copyright law. Long on practical tips and (mostly) short on legalese, we'll tackle common issues and work through the most up-to-date issues copyright law is presenting to librarians.
Location is Schenectady County Public Library, Central Library, 99 Clinton St, Schenectady NY
Participants may submit questions for the presenter by using the box on the registration form or emailing the questions to Susan D'Entremont at email@example.com Questions must be submitted by May 30, 2019 to give the presenter time to research the best answer.
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