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Michelle Sampson <[log in to unmask]>
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Michelle Sampson <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 8 Sep 2021 10:56:55 -0400
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*(Forwarding as MLA's rep to NELA)*

Registration is now open !

*LICENSING ELECTRONIC RESOURCES SEMINAR (Virtual)*
Registration can be as a stand-alone event or as an add-on to your NELA
Annual Conference registration.

*October 14th & 15th (2-day virtual event)*

Instructor: Tomas Lapinski
<https://uwm.edu/informationstudies/people/lipinski-tomas-a/>

By the end of the 2-day event participants will:

   - Identify the key copyright use rights that licenses often compromise
   and how to recognize the license provisions that compromise those rights
   - Understand other rights that license often restrict or impact such as
   patron privacy or speech rights.
   - Distinguish basic terms and conditions found in license agreements.
   - Examine and assess license provisions (using examples from actual
   agreements) that can pose a pitfall to licensees and their users.
   - Review, identify and understand the function and effect of terms and
   conditions from at least two license agreements in use in libraries.
   - Presented in two convenient afternoon sessions with time for Q&A at
   the end of each virtual session.  Your registration will give you access to
   BOTH days of the event.  This event will NOT be recorded.

To Register go to:
https://nela2021.godaddysites.com/10%2F14-%26-10%2F15-licensing



Michelle
*Michelle Sampson*
*Executive Director*

*YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY*
15 Long Sands Road | York ME 03909
207-363-2818 |
*yorkpubliclibrary.org <http://yorkpubliclibrary.org/>*

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