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> --------------------------------
> ***Apologies for Cross-Posting***
> Join your colleagues on Sunday June 22 from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the
> Westin Hotel, Frontenac Ballroom, when the ALCTS/AAP Joint Committee will
> present a timely program at the ALA/CLA Annual Conference entitled
> &#8220;Digital Rights, Digital Wrongs: The Impact of International
> Copyright Law on What Gets Published (And What Librarians Can Buy)&#8221;
>
> This seminar will be of interest to librarians, publishers, and vendors,
> featuring a panel of experts with a broad range of perspectives and ample
> opportunity for questions from the audience. A summary follows, but for
> more complete information--including a printable PDF version of flyer and
> speaker biographies--please visit the program website, which is linked
> from the ALCTS Home Page at <http://www.ala.org/alcts>
>
> Program schedule
> All speaker segments include ten minutes for question and answer
> sessions.  1:30-1:35 Welcoming Remarks
>
> October Ivins, AAP/ALCTS Program Co-Chair, and Consultant, Digital
>
> Content and Access Solutions
>
> 1:35-2:25 Keynote Address
>
> International Copyright: Current Legal Issues Affecting Publishers and
> Librarians
>
> Sarah Sully, Attorney, Morrison and Foerster, LLC; formerly Legal
>
> Counsel, JSTOR
>
> 2:25-3:45 The Publishers&#8217; Perspective
>
> Online Product Development and International Copyright Law
>
> Ian Jacobs, Consultant, Oxford University Press (NY) and formerly
> Editorial Director, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. and Grove&#8217;s
> Dictionaries (UK)
>
> Copyright and Electronic Publishing: Reality Check
>
> Stephen Abram, Vice President, Corporate Development,
>
> Micromedia ProQuest (Canada) and Canadian Library Association,
> President-elect 2003-2004
>
> 3:45-5:05 The Librarians&#8217; Perspective
>
> Copyright and Fair Use, Libraries and Users: Where Does the
> Responsibility Lie  Peggy Johnson, Associate University Librarian,
> University of
>
> Minnesota Libraries, and Editor of Technicalities
>
> A View from the Street: Providing Access to Unaffiliated Users
>
> Paul Whitney, Director of the Vancouver Public Library, British
> Columbia, and Member, IFLA Copyright Committee
>
> 5:05-5:30 Open Discussion
> Pat Bril, ALCTS/AAP Joint Committee
> Electronic Collections Librarian
> Pollak Library
> California State University, Fullerton
> P.O. Box 4150
> Fullerton, CA 92834
> (714) 278-2917 (voice)
> (714) 278-2439 (FAX)
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