Schedule for eBooks and Libraries: Success All Around
eBooks and Libraries: Success All Around
Date: Friday, 14 October 2011
Location: Inn Complete, Syracuse, NY
Registration closes Friday, 7 October
Discover the opportunities and challenges ebooks present to all types of libraries. Presenters from academic, public, medical libraries as well as an attorney will share their insight on staff training, technological challenges, collection development and digital copyright issues as they relate to ebooks.
|8:30-9:00||Registration and Continental Breakfast
|9:15-9:45||Networking Ice Breaker
|9:45-10:45||eBooks and the public library: The promise & the threat
Julia Schult, Baldwinsville Public Library
The development of ebooks in the last decade, why they are suddenly on everyone's radar, and how public libraries have changed forever during 2011.
||Are libraries getting zapped by electronic reserves? The effect of old copyright laws on new technologies
Philip Frankel, Esq., Bond Schoeneck & King
Explore current copyright issues of interest to research universities and libraries. Mr. Frankel will provide an overview of copyright law, specifically the doctrines of fair use and first sale and how these provisions of the Copyright Act impact library services in the electronic realm. Discussion will be focused on the recent Georgia State University case challenging the use of electronic reserves by Georgia State, and the possible implications of this lawsuit on the widespread use of online reading rooms by academic libraries and university faculty as well as a discussion of new technologies that present novel copyright concerns.
Leave the driving to them: Patron-driven acquisition of ebooks
|1:30-2:00||Consortial and ILL issues resulting from ebook adoption
Mike Poulin, Colgate University
Mike Poulin will present on the opportunities and challenges for small academic libraries in implementing eBooks. These resources expand the offerings to our users but also create difficulties in presenting them to our users in an organized manner. Additionally, they are impacting our ability to share materials between libraries. A ConnectNY pilot project in shared eBook acquisition will be discussed and its implications on interlibrary loan of materials.
Ebooks in academic, medical, and public libraries
Feel free to submit your ebook questions in person or via the registration form.
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