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Sunday, August 4 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
205 - Revolutionizing Use Policies: Easing Restrictions for Greater Impact

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Many special collections place restrictions on how patrons may use copies of their holdings, such as requiring permission or publication fees. However, some restrictions go beyond what U.S. copyright law calls for, placing extra burdens on researchers who want to produce new knowledge. The moderators present findings from their recent study on use policies in academic special collections and the panelists discuss their policies and the effects of lower use restrictions. There will be time for audience questions.

Dana Marie Miller: Academic Special Collections and the Myths of Copyright
Su Kim Chung: The Death of Publication and Licensing Fees at UNLV
Teresa Auch Schultz: Academic Special Collections and the Myths of Copyright
Kelly Wooten: Access, Inclusion, and More Open Policies at Duke University Libraries
Katie Zimmerman: Moving Toward Greater Access at MIT

Co-Moderators: Dana Marie Miller and Teresa Auch Schultz

Facilitators
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Dana Marie Miller

Collections Management Librarian, Oregon Historical Society
Dana Miller has been a professional archivist since 2005, with a career focused on technical services, collections management, and organizational leadership. She came to her current position after serving as Director of Special Collections at UNR.
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Teresa Auch Schultz

Social Sciences Librarian, University of Nevada, Reno
Prior to becoming Social Sciences Librarian, Teresa served as Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian at UNR, where she still provides copyright education. Her first career was in journalism.

Speakers
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Su Kim Chung

Head, Special Collections & Archives Public Services, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Supervises reference, instruction, and outreach in UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives including photo and document reproductions and permissions.
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Kelly Wooten

Research Services and Collection Development Librarian, Duke University Libraries
Kelly Wooten is a women's history archivist, librarian for sexuality studies, zine evangelist, and Murder, She Wrote enthusiast.
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Katie Zimmerman

Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries
Katie Zimmerman is a Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian at MIT and a licensed attorney in Massachusetts. She focuses on copyright and licensing issues for libraries and universities.



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