Webinars

Join us for a variety of webinars covering topics such as copyright, content use and compliance tips.

  • Copyright at Work

    If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn how to minimize your company’s exposure to illegal content use. Please join us for this engaging and educational webinar.

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  • Preprints: Policy and Process Consideration

    Acceptance of preprints as a scholarly publications format is growing quickly, with deposits to preprint platforms across many different disciplines surging. With this growth comes important policy and process considerations for journal publishers and society meeting and communication staff. This webinar will cover the nuts-and bolts issues related to preprints, answering questions such as

    • What best practices exist in integrating between preprint servers and peer-reviewed journals?
    • What can publishers do to ensure accurate and stable linking from preprints to the final published article?
    • What are appropriate policies related to retractions and posting of new versions of preprints once submitted to a journal?
    • What should societies be thinking about in terms of preprint policies for meeting abstracts? Should policies for meeting abstracts and journals be congruent?
    • Are media embargoes relevant in the age of preprints?
    • How can we resolve misalignment in copyright and reuse licenses between preprints and journal articles?

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  • Copyright in Academia

    From course management systems to e-reserves, technology and changes to copyright law are affecting the way faculty, staff, and students share information. This program is intended to provide a quick, but in-depth look at important concerns surrounding the use of copyright-protected content within an academic environment.

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in Academia is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in academia.

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  • Copyright and Publishing

    Produced specifically for the publishing community, “Copyright and Publishing” focuses on the basics of U.S. copyright law, including a copyright holder’s privileges and obligations, and when permission may be required. Participants will also have the opportunity to take part in an interactive question and answer session for clarification on some of the nuances of copyright they may encounter in their everyday work.

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  • Copyright at Work

    If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn how to minimize your company’s exposure to illegal content use. Please join us for this engaging and educational webinar.

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  • Copyright in the Proprietary Institution

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in the Proprietary Institution is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in a for-profit academic environment.

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  • Copyright at Work

    If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn how to minimize your company’s exposure to illegal content use. Please join us for this engaging and educational webinar.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright in Academia

    From course management systems to e-reserves, technology and changes to copyright law are affecting the way faculty, staff, and students share information. This program is intended to provide a quick, but in-depth look at important concerns surrounding the use of copyright-protected content within an academic environment.

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in Academia is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in academia.

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  • Copyright in the Proprietary Institution

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in the Proprietary Institution is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in a for-profit academic environment.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright and Publishing

    Produced specifically for the publishing community, “Copyright and Publishing” focuses on the basics of U.S. copyright law, including a copyright holder’s privileges and obligations, and when permission may be required. Participants will also have the opportunity to take part in an interactive question and answer session for clarification on some of the nuances of copyright they may encounter in their everyday work.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright at Work

    If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn how to minimize your company’s exposure to illegal content use. Please join us for this engaging and educational webinar.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright in Academia

    From course management systems to e-reserves, technology and changes to copyright law are affecting the way faculty, staff, and students share information. This program is intended to provide a quick, but in-depth look at important concerns surrounding the use of copyright-protected content within an academic environment.

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in Academia is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in academia.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright in the Proprietary Institution

    Beneficial as both an initial exposure to copyright, as well as a refresher for those who contend with these issues regularly, Copyright in the Proprietary Institution is appropriate for librarians, faculty and staff members, administrators, bookstore, copy shop and reprographic personnel, IT professionals, course developers, students, and anyone who wants to gain a basic understanding of copyright in a for-profit academic environment.

    Register Now >

  • Copyright at Work

    If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn how to minimize your company’s exposure to illegal content use. Please join us for this engaging and educational webinar.

    Register Now >

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