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An Introduction to Copyright in Scholarly Communication

2022 Preconference
Tuesday, November 1, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Registration is required, and is included on the main Charleston Conference registration page. Attendance of the full Charleston Conference is not required to attend this session.


  • Todd Carpenter, Executive Director, NISO
  • Marcie Kaufman, Senior Counsel, Ithaka
  • Kyle K. Courtney, Copyright Advisor, Harvard University

Cost: $125

Description: Join us for a three-hour seminar on copyright. We be clearing up some common misconceptions, such the difference between violating copyright and plagiarism and fair use and the four-factor test for fair use. We will also hold an open discussion of some of the common scenarios that you may be encountering often. Learn how other folks are dealing with the same issues and understand better copyright issues from the perspectives of editors, publishers, authors and researchers.  This seminar is a great way to remember what you’ve forgotten about copyright and to learn what you never knew!

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