Concierge 38: Common Library Copyright Issues and How to Respond
- Type of resource
- Mixed material
- Date created
- January 2017
The Stanford University Libraries (SUL) Concierge Project coordinates a series of informational sessions for library staff. These sessions support the needs of Stanford scholars (faculty, staff, and students) in the following ways: - inspire and foster a service-oriented attitude among library staff and - impart sufficient knowledge about the wide variety of activities undertaken at the Libraries so that staff can provide succinct descriptions of and appropriate referrals to the various projects, departments, services, resources, and collections across the organization. This collection includes videos and supplementary materials from the Concierge sessions.
- Calter, Mimi (Creator)
In advance of the release of the 2017 Copyright Reminder, Mimi Calter will review many of the copyright scenarios that document will address. We’ll talk about library procedures and policies related to copyright, review some basics of copyright law, and talk about working with patrons on copyright issues. Bring your questions!
- Use and reproduction
- User agrees that, where applicable, content will not be used to identify or to otherwise infringe the privacy or confidentiality rights of individuals. Content distributed via the Stanford Digital Repository may be subject to additional license and use restrictions applied by the depositor.