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Learning in Retirement - Rights Issues and How They Affect Reading, Teaching, and Publishing
Series: Libraries, Publishers, and Open Access

Speaker: Rachael Samberg, Scholarly Communication Officer & Program Director Office of Scholarly Communication Services

Topic Description: Law and policy shape almost everything about the materials and data that instructors and researchers can use in the classroom and publications. Copyright, licensing, privacy, and ethics—sometimes collectively referred to as “law and information policy”—control core research and teaching decisions. In this session, led by Rachael Samberg (UC Berkeley Library’s Scholarly Communication Officer & Program Director), participants will learn the basics of navigating law and information policy in research and teaching, and discover the impactful advocacy work the Library is doing to change the national and international landscapes affecting scholars’ and instructors’ rights.

Organizer: Organized by Donald Mastronarde, Professor of the Graduate School, Emeritus Melpomene Distinguished Professor of Classical Languages and Literature

Duration: 90 minutes

Feb 7, 2023 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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