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Monday, August 5 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
706 - Let's Get Visual: Transformative New Strategies for Implementing Standardized Rights Statements

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Visual tools can ease the process of standardized rights statement implementation, especially in the archives. The creators of several such tools compare their work in this panel discussion. Panelists also discuss a new legal reality: works published before 1924 will enter the public domain starting on January 1, 2019. This new challenge calls out for new tools. Through a dialog with an audience of archivists, the panelists hope to guide this work's future direction.

Gabriel N. Galson: Let's Get Visual: New Tools and Strategies for Rights Statement Implementation

Julia Simic: Evaluating Rights for Digital Collections: Empowering the Non-Specialist


Facilitators
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Gabriel N. Galson

Technology Projects Librarian, Temple University Libraries
Gabe Galson is a Technology Projects Librarian at Temple U, serving as project manager for web and tech dev projects. He serves on the DPLA Rights Statements Working Group and the PA Digital DPLA hub, and has a background in archives/digitization.

Speakers
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Nancy Sims

Copyright Program Librarian, University of Minnesota
Nancy Sims is lawyerbrarian who is fascinated by copyright issues in modern life. She helps folks understand how copyright may affect their lives, and advocates policies and laws that enable wide public cultural participation.
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Elliot Williams

Digital Initiatives Metadata Librarian, University of Miami Libraries
Elliot Williams serves as a Digital Initiatives Metadata Librarian at the University of Miami Libraries. He creates and manages metadata for the Libraries' unique digital resources, with the goal of aiding discovery and access to these materials.
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Julia Simic

Assistant Head of Digital Scholarship Services, University of Oregon
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Laura Capell

Head of Digital Production, University of Miami Libraries
Laura is the Head of Digital Production at the University of Miami, where she manages digital projects for special collections materials.
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Brandy Karl

University Libraries' Copyright Officer; Affiliate Law Library Faculty, Penn State University
Brandy is a copyright attorney and advises the Libraries on copyright matters, helps craft University policy and strategy to provide the fullest access to collections, & supports the University's mission with outreach, education, and consultations.



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