So my husband's cousin, who is considering getting a degree in library science, approached me on Facebook. He's working on an assignment that requires him to interview people about their impressions of copyright law. Here are my responses.
NOTE: I am by no means a copyright expert. If I got something wrong, please tell me in the comments. :)
Could you introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about what you do?
Presentation delivered at the 2010 LITA National Forum in Atlanta, October 1st. Presents findings of the forthcoming article, "Next-Generation Library Catalogs and the Problem of Slow Response Time," ITAL 29/4, December 2010, with Margaret Brown-Sica and Jeffrey Beall.
Presentation given to the University of Denver's Library and Information Science students at the Morgridge College of Education.
Christine Bruce and Hilary Hughes, both of Queensland University of Technology, presented a workshop about informed learning for an assortment of faculty and librarians from the Auraria and Anschutz campuses.
What is Informed Learning?
I wrote an article for the ACRL Newsletter March 2010 issue, and in it I show a pretty simple example of an HTML page that allows you to give away your code to teaching faculty so that they can embed library widgets--search widgets, chat widgets, etc.--into their own web environments.
The CALC (Colorado Academic Library Consortium) Summit is Colorado's state/regional academic library conference, sponsored by CoALA, the Colorado Academic Library Association.
With Lisa Carlucci Thomas (Southern Connecticut State University) and Karen Sobel (University of Colorado Denver)
My first Prezi! Came out pretty well, I think...