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Promoting the Ethical & Legal Use of Information on our Campuses Loretta C. Mc Promoting the Ethical & Legal Use of Information on our Campuses Loretta C. Mc Laughlin Vignier, M. S. , J. D. Lynée Richel, M. L. S. , M. Ed.

New Legislation n TEACH Act (2002) directs colleges to: q q n “institute policies New Legislation n TEACH Act (2002) directs colleges to: q q n “institute policies regarding copyright” “provide informational materials” that promote compliance with US Copyright law Higher Ed. Opportunity Act P. L. 110 -315 mandates colleges to: q q Develop plans to combat illegal downloading Develop policies & sanctions for copyright infringement

Institutional Stakeholders n n n n n Administration General Counsel Faculty Media Services Producers Institutional Stakeholders n n n n n Administration General Counsel Faculty Media Services Producers Students Instructional Designers/Curriculum Support Specialists Distance Education Coordinators Printing and Photocopying Directors Technology Commercialization Officers

Libraries as Stakeholders n Traditional interest q q Reserves & E-reserves Interlibrary Loan & Libraries as Stakeholders n Traditional interest q q Reserves & E-reserves Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery License Negotiation & Media Permissions Information Literacy Education n n Documentation ACRL Standard 5

Keeping Libraries Vital Information Literacy Instruction n ACRL Information Literacy Competency 5 q Instruction Keeping Libraries Vital Information Literacy Instruction n ACRL Information Literacy Competency 5 q Instruction on the ethical, legal and socioeconomic issues surrounding information use n n n Information Privacy Information Security Netiquette Citing Sources/ Avoiding Plagiarism Copyright & Permissions

Keeping Libraries Vital - Partnerships with Other Departments n According to ACRL Research Planning Keeping Libraries Vital - Partnerships with Other Departments n According to ACRL Research Planning & Review Committee, 2 of the top 10 trends of 2010 include: q q increased collaboration scholarly communication / intellectual property service

Copyright Policy Development Survey of New Jersey Academic Libraries n Survey asked the followingq Copyright Policy Development Survey of New Jersey Academic Libraries n Survey asked the followingq q q Existence of university / college policies on the use of information Length of time policies have been in place Stakeholders involved in creation of policies Dissemination of policies Training on policies Currency of policies

Guidelines for the Future n Lawrence Lessig & Creative Commons q q q n Guidelines for the Future n Lawrence Lessig & Creative Commons q q q n www. creativecommons. org Attribution License? Derivative Non-commercial? Tools for Searching Creative Commons q q www. flickr. com www. compfight. com www. freesound. org www. archive. org/details/opensource_movies

Guidelines for the Future n The Role of Libraries q Change how faculty and Guidelines for the Future n The Role of Libraries q Change how faculty and students perceive ethical and legal behaviors n n Collaborate on creation of copyright policies Disseminate information Develop training Develop learning aids (worksheets and checklists)

Keeping up on Copyright Law: Advocate for Change n Dames’ Copyright Resources: q q Keeping up on Copyright Law: Advocate for Change n Dames’ Copyright Resources: q q q q q BNA Patent & Trademark Copyright Journal and the Patent, Trademark & Copyright Daily Nimmer on Copyright Goldstein on Copyright Crews’ Copyright for Librarians & Educators Kohn on Music Licensing Moser on Music Copyright Duboff’s Art Law in a Nutshell Litman’s Digital Copyright Samuels’ Illustrated Story of Copyright Fishman’s Copyright Handbook

Keeping up on Copyright Law: Advocate for Change n Dames’ Copyright Resources: q q Keeping up on Copyright Law: Advocate for Change n Dames’ Copyright Resources: q q q ALA’s copyright website www. aallnet. org/copyright www. copyright. gov/legislation Judiciary. senate. gov and judiciary. house. gov www. lessig. org www. copycense. com www. michaelgeist. ca www. bespacific. com williampatry. blogspot. com www. creativecommons. org www. knowyourcopyrights. org

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