Date(s) - 04/07/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Librarians encounter copyright laws in a variety of ways in their work. Whether it is
a student wanting to make copies, an instructor wanting to show a film in class, or a small
business owner wanting to use content for marketing materials, our work and our patrons
present us with a myriad of copyright-related dilemmas. In this course, we will start with a brief
overview of the history of American copyright law and then discuss how copyright law effects
our work as information professionals.
Finally, we will explore solutions to possible copyright – related dilemmas we may encounter with our patrons and in our work.
This class is not taught by a lawyer. If you need legal advice, please contact a lawyer.
Please Note: When you sign up for this webinar series, you will be registered for both dates 4/7/2020 & 4/14/2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm ET.
The recording will only be available to registered attendees.
Register here if you wish to participate in the live session or view the recording.
Priority seating will be given to TBLC Members.
Biography ~ Jodie Borgerding
Jodie Borgerding is the Consulting & Education Services Manager. She oversees the development of training opportunities and provide direct consulting services to Amigos members. Jodie has experience in association management, staff development, and academic libraries. Prior to joining Amigos, Jodie served as the Instruction Librarian and Subject Liaison for Webster University in St. Louis, MO. She is also a past-president of the Missouri Library Association, and is an active member of the American Library Association and Association of College & Research Libraries. Jodie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Missouri State University and a Master of Library Science degree from University of Missouri-Columbia.