Copyright Education Needs of Library Personnel

Come join your fellow BayNet / SLA/ NOCALL / WestPac members on Wednesday January 12th at Noon (Pacific) for a discussion of copyright issues facing librarians in all types of libraries.

Dr. Patrick Newell of California State University’s Meriam Library in Chico will speak to registered members on the “Report on a 2020-21 Study of Copyright Education Needs of Library Personnel in 13 Western States” (a recent, large-scale study with data available at https://keep.lib.asu.edu/items/160716) & on building the Western Copyright Alliance, starting with Alaska, Arizona, California, and Washington.

When: January 12th

Time: 12:00 noon pacific time

How to access:

Register in advance for this meeting: Registration closes on January 10th (SAVE THE DATE!)
https://alliant.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlduGppz0jE92QU3KsmD2Y2B7J4PDDek7h

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

About the presenter:


Patrick Newell is Dean of Meriam Library at CSU Chico and the creator (and former host) of CopyTalk, ALA’s Copyright Legislation Education Action Network’s semi-regular webinar on Copyright and Intellectual Property issues, presented since 2013. He completed a Ph.D. at UC Davis’ School of Education and School of Law researching how people learn about and understand copyright in academic environments.