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Copyright Education in Libraries, Archives and Museums A 21st Century Approach

Pantalony, Rina E.; Schonfeld, Roger

This Issues Brief, published with Ithaka S+R and funded by a grant by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, examines the potential of creating a virtual copyright education center for professionals working in libraries, archives and museums. The report, based on round table discussions held at Columbia University Libraries in July of 2019, analyzes the issue from six perspectives: audience, need, pedagogical model, service model, business model and governance.

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January 22, 2020

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Key words: Columbia University Libraries, Copyright Advisory Services, Ithaka S+R, LYRASIS, copyright education, libraries, archives, museums

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