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Understanding Our Changing Copyright Landscape
There have been a lot of changes to Canada’s copyright landscape in the last couple of years. Join us for an update on recent changes to the Canadian Copyright Act, a discussion of copyright considerations for artificial intelligence (AI), and copyright advocacy efforts from the Canadian library community.
SLA is delighted to welcome Christina Winter and Kate Langrell as our presenters.
Kate Langrell is the Copyright Coordinator at the University of Saskatchewan. Christina Winter is the Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of Regina.
This webinar will be hosted via Zoom and is open to all SLA members, both individual and institutional. Not sure if you have a membership? Check with your employer to see if they have an institutional membership. If they do, you are covered under that!
Date: Nov. 9, 2023 from 12pm to 1pm
Presenters: Christina Winter and Kate Langrell
Registration for this webinar has now closed.
January – Let’s Share a Story presented by Saskatchewan Literacy Network
February – Up for the Challenge on Censorship Issues presented by Richard Beaudry
April – Craft Your Personal Land Acknowledgement presented by David A. Robertson
September – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: 2SLGBTQ Inclusion in the Library and Workplace Community presented by Wendy Li
November – Understanding Our Changing Copyright Landscape presented by Kate Langrell and Christina Winter