Archivists' Guide to Balancing Legal Issues in Photographic Collections #1783 

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Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Austin, TX

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Early-Bird Registration Deadline: May 23, 2017

Co-Sponsor: Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Lodging & Travel Information

La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol
300 East 11th Street
Austin, TX78701


Workshop Fees

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Full Registration #1783

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Nonmember $249 / $299

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Workshop Agenda

Event Name Date & Time Instructors/Speakers & CEUs

Archivists' Guide to Balancing Legal Issues in Photographic Collections #1783

Fri, Jun 23, 2017
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Heather Briston, MSI , J.D.

General CEU Credits: 0.75
Archival Recertification Credits-ARCs: 5


Workshop Description

Uneasy about copyright when it comes to your repository's visual collections? Need some practical advice? This functional workshop will provide down-to-earth guidance to help you deal with legal issues, including copyright, relevant to visual materials, including photographs, paintings, film, and other images, in archival and library collections.

During this workshop you’ll:

  • Discuss the copyright framework for archives in all formats.
  • Use real-life examples to assist in understanding specific copyright issues confronting archivists, such as fair use, public domain, heritage collections, and the impact on digitizing materials.
  • Examine appropriate documents such as deeds of gift, loan agreements, copyright notices, etc.
  • Survey options for permissions.
  • Explore options when information is lacking.
  • Consider ethical and privacy guidelines for access and use.

Who should attend? Archivists and others whose collections include visual materials.

Responses to “what aspect of the workshop was most valuable to you?” included:

- “Knowledge of presenters and ability to distill complex issues into understandable language and provide resources for further study.”
- “Real examples specific to photo collections.”
- “Copyright and publicity rights.”
- “Hard to say - I thought all aspects were valuable.” - Paul Oelkrug
- “I really liked the workshop book with the forms and extra information that is provided.”
- “Copyright overview; public domain chart, copyright infringement; fair use/ Applies to collection holdings I currently maintain.”
- “A good overview of the material will help me better expose my clients to these issues.” - Mary Hayes
- “Specific legal citations/copyright chart.”
- “This class was a refresher for me, and I found it extremely valuable! I learned a lot and found the pacing and instruction just right.” - Elizabeth Keathley

 

Attendance limited to 35.