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NEW June 1 Teleconference Licensed by MINITEX

Copyright in the Digital Age: An Update

Friday, June 1, 2007
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Central Time)
S30B Wilson Library
West Bank Area, University of Minnesota

This is a national teleconference with an in-depth look at copyright issues facing librarians and educators in the digital age. This program expands on the highly successful copyright program aired in September of 2004, providing updates and new insights on international issues that impact the national scene. It promises to be both challenging and thoughtful.

• Kenneth Crews, Samuel R. Rosen II Professor, Indiana University School of Law
• Tomas Lipinski, Associate Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
• Miriam Nisbet, Legislative Counsel, ALA Washington Office
No charge; registration is required
To register to attend this teleconference at Wilson Library, go to http://www.minitex.umn.edu/train-conf/teleconference.

Streaming to your desktop is not available for this teleconference. MINITEX is licensing one site. For more information about the teleconference and to host a downlink site at your organization, visit: http://www.dupagepress.com/COD/index.php?id=1281

An archived version of the teleconference will be available via streaming video. It will be active for approximately 30 days after the broadcast. MINITEX will also have a video of the teleconference available for checkout (information to follow).

Don’t miss out on this great professional development and enrichment opportunity!

Other Regional Downlink Sites

South Dakota State University
Briggs Library
To register, contact: Susan Schleicher, 605.688.5571, Susan.Schleicher@sdstate.edu

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