Fair Use Conference at Columbia University: Archived from March 2012

Columbia Copyright Advisory Office 2013-03-30

The following post offers information and links about an exciting conference on fair use held at Columbia University in March 2012.  The full video is available online.  While many conferences have addressed copyright and fair use, this one focused on the process of making fair use decisions inside universities, libraries, and other organizations.  The presenters offer remarkable insights about developing policies, working with lawyers, and evaluating the risks associated with fair use and copyright decisions.  Enjoy!  

"Standards & Strategies for Fair Use Decisions inside Libraries & Universities" Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Video Now Online!

(Note: Be sure to click "Next" on the YouTube screen to see Part II)

News coverage in Library Journal.

Some Background Reading:

Fair Use in Education and Research

Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries

A Fresh Look at the Fair Use Checklist


Brandon Butler, Association of Research Libraries Lisa Rose-Wiles, Seton Hall University Sheree Carter-Galvan, Yale University Robert W. Clarida, Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt Gretchen Wagner, ARTstor

Host and Moderator:

James G. Neal, Columbia University Kenneth D. Crews, Columbia University

Posted: 082412