Know Your Rights: Who Really Owns Your Scholarly Works?

Heather Joseph; Michael Carroll; Kenneth D. Crews; Kent McKeever

Know Your Rights: Who Really Owns Your Scholarly Works?
Joseph, Heather
Carroll, Michael
Crews, Kenneth D.
McKeever, Kent
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Scholarly Communication Program, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, Libraries and Information Services
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In this panel discussion, experts on copyright law and scholarly publishing discuss how scholars and researchers can take full advantage of opportunities afforded by digital technology in today's legal environment and suggest ways to advocate for positive change. The panelists are Heather Joseph, Executive Director of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC); Michael Carroll, Professor of Law at American University's Washington College of Law and a founding member of the Board of Directors of Creative Commons; and Director of the Columbia University Copyright Advisory Office Kenneth Crews, whose research focuses on copyright issues, particularly as they relate to the needs of scholarship at the university.
Intellectual property
Higher education
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Suggested Citation:
Heather Joseph, Michael Carroll, Kenneth D. Crews, Kent McKeever, 2009, Know Your Rights: Who Really Owns Your Scholarly Works?, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14220.

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