Copyright Program Librarian
University of Minnesota
Nancy will provide an introduction to copyright law concerns in our daily lives. She will highlight several copyright issues of particular relevance to higher education contexts, including: using teaching materials in class and online, quotation and reference in your writing, understanding and managing rights in your own work, and a number of others. There will be time for question and answer.
Nancy Sims is the Copyright Program Librarian at the University Libraries. She has an M.L.S. from Rutgers and a J.D. from the University of Michigan. She previously worked at the University of Michigan Libraries, and with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Silicon Valley law firm Fenwick & West, LLP. To learn more about copyright resources available from the Libraries, see http://www.lib.umn.edu/copyright or e-mail Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org