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ATGthePodcast 171 – 2016 Long Arm of the Law Presentation

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Charleston Hub
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Audio from a session at the 2016 Charleston Library Conference titled “Long Arm of the Law.”  This session was presented by the late Bill Hannay, Attorney at Law, and long-time presenter at the Charleston Conference. 

In this “Long Arm” presentation, Bill gives an update on the Right to Be Forgotten, the right to access for individuals with disabilities and MOOC’s at UC- Berkeley, the Georgia State e-Reserve Case and the Delhi University Copyright Case.  At the end, Bill performs one of his famous musical renditions to sum it all up.   

 Video of the presentation is available at: https://youtu.be/3IXaCQuLVyo

Link to “The Hannay Way” Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIGLt62pr1M7PFt8NkeqfVzckiZR27EdN

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-hannay-85200911/

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #ChsConf2019 #libraryservices,   #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 170 – 2017 Long Arm of the Law Presentation

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 170 - 2017 Long Arm of the Law Presentation
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Audio from a session at the 2017 Charleston Library Conference titled “Long Arm of the Law.”  This session was presented by the late Bill Hannay, Attorney at Law, and long time presenter at the Charleston Conference. 

In this “Long Arm” presentation, Bill talks about some lawsuits involving Google, the decision of the European Court of Justice regarding libraries and the lending of ebooks, the ReDigi case along with other copyright issues from that year.

Video of the presentation is available at: https://youtu.be/LPDaaSQRmVM

Link to “The Hannay Way” Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIGLt62pr1M7PFt8NkeqfVzckiZR27EdN

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-hannay-85200911/

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #ChsConf2019 #libraryservices,   #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 169: 2018 Long Arm of the Law Presentation

Charleston Hub
Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 169: 2018 Long Arm of the Law Presentation
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Audio from a session at the 2018 Charleston Library Conference titled “Long Arm of the Law.”  This session was presented by the late Bill Hannay, Attorney at Law, and longtime presenter at the Charleston Conference. 

In today’s episode, we’re revisiting the “2018 Long Arm of the Law” session presented by the late Bill Hannay, Attorney at Law. In this Long Arm presentation which Bill titled “As My Whimsy Takes Me”, he talks about the more whimsical aspects of several high-profile lawsuits from that year involving the information industry, gives an update on the right to be forgotten and performs one of his famous musical tributes to the cases.  

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/OoeV7R5p2Ok

Link to “The Hannay Way” Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIGLt62pr1M7PFt8NkeqfVzckiZR27EdN

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-hannay-85200911/

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #ChsConf2019 #libraryservices,   #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 168 – A Conversation with Heather Staines, Delta Think

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 168 - A Conversation with Heather Staines, Delta Think
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Join us for our latest podcast episode featuring a conversation between Heather Staines, Delta Think, and Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and a Conference Director at the Charleston Conference.

Heather is a Senior Strategy Consultant with Delta Think, a consultancy firm that works with publishers and technology companies on strategy and research projects. She is also the Director of Community Engagement for the Open Access Data and Analytics tool.  Heather is also a Charleston Conference Director. 

The center of Heather and Matthew’s conversation is networking and mentoring for people in scholarly communications. They discuss how Heather came to be in her current position, the various conferences and societies with which she is involved, and the value she finds in serving as a mentor, which she likens to being a librarian or a researcher but with people instead of subject areas. Ultimately, Heather wants to help and encourage people in scholarly communications to build their networks and careers through effective networking and volunteering, which she has found to be invaluable to her own career.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherstaines/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

 

Twitter: @heatherstaines  @DeltaThink

Keywords: #publishing, #scholarlypublishing, #openaccess, #OA, #digital, #libraries #librarianship  #scholarlyresearch, #scholarlycommunication, #podcasts 

ATGthePodcast 167 – Progress Through Partnership: The Dolly Parton Rule for Transformative Agreements

Charleston Hub
Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 167 - Progress Through Partnership: The Dolly Parton Rule for Transformative Agreements
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Audio from the 2021 Charleston Library Conference from a session titled “Progress Through Partnership: The Dolly Parton Rule for Transformative Agreements” presented by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Professor,  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Sara Rouhi, Director Strategic Partnerships, PLOS;  Mathew Willmott, Open Access Collection Strategist, California Digital Library; and Sybille Geisenheyner, Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing, ACS.

“If you don’t like the road you’re walking, start paving another one!” Dolly Parton’s advice on how to be a “change agent” assigns responsibility to ourselves, not others.

If there were any doubt before, then the deal the University of California system agreed with Elsevier in March 2021 ended the suspense: Open Access publishing– and the future of Open Science with it – lie down a path that publishers and library leadership must clear one transformative agreement at a time. Working together, they are shaping the paving stones deliberately to make a road that can handle the traffic for researchers and institutions.

Each transformative agreement raises its own set of data and documentation requirements, including tracking and reporting on sophisticated financial information. New workflows as well as customer service support for authors and researchers are elemental. As in California, forging new and creative partnerships dependent on scalable, robust technology. 

This presentation will provide an analysis of approaches that serve as a sturdy base layer to help develop solutions that meet the needs of all open access stakeholders.  Additionally, panelists will showcase how a shared technology framework has increased collaboration and simplified communication.

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/8-IT7HCrv9w

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-janicke-hinchliffe-3244b73/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sararouhi/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathew-willmott-28662085/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sybille-geisenheyner-23471910/

Twitter: @lisalibrarian, @RouhiRoo, @SGeisenheyner

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #publisher, #academiclibraries, #openaccess, #2021ChsConf, #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast  

 

ATGthePodcast 166 – 2019 Long Arm of the Law Presentation

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Charleston Hub
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This week’s episode features the audio from a session at the 2019 Charleston Library Conference titled “Long Arm of the Law.”  This session was presented by the late Bill Hannay, Attorney at Law, and moderated by Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor, Center for Research Libraries.

Bill was such an integral part of the Conference with this popular session that he led every year before his untimely passing in the Fall of 2020.  In this presentation, he talks about“The right to be forgotten,” privacy laws,  and a copyright lawsuit involving a rubber duck.  

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/m3G0iM6z4s0

Link to “The Hannay Way” Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIGLt62pr1M7PFt8NkeqfVzckiZR27EdN

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-hannay-85200911/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-okerson-1b171b5/

Twitter: @AnnOkerson

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #ChsConf2019 #libraryservices,   #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 165 – Roundtable: Library Discovery and Access in the Post COVID Hybrid World

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 165 - Roundtable: Library Discovery and Access in the Post COVID Hybrid World
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This week’s podcast contains audio from a webcast titled “Roundtable: Library Discovery and Access in the Post COVID Hybrid World” with a panel including Tony Zanders, CEO, Skilltype; Erin Gallagher, Chair, Acquisitions & Collections Services, University of Florida; Matt Hayes, Managing Director of Lean Library; Talia Richards, Marketing Director, Springshare; and Matthijs van Otegem, Library Director, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

A recent report on the future of the library-patron relationship found that 77% of research discovery begins outside of the library, with patrons largely starting on search engines or Google Scholar. In this conversational panel discussion, librarians from the US and Europe discuss big questions about the role and value of the modern librarian in a digital age and how to meet patrons at their time of need.

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/m3G0iM6z4s0

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/zanders/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-gallagher-39a2b211/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewahayes1/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/taliaresendes/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthijs-van-otegem-3bb9404/

Twitter: @zanders,  @Skilltype, @springshare, @leanlibrary, @erasmusuni

Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #publisher, #academicpublisher, #academiclibraries, #openaccess, #libraryservices, #discoveryandaccess, #webcast, #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 164 – In The News: Ukraine

Charleston Hub
Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 164 - In The News: Ukraine
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This week’s episode features audio from the 2022 Charleston In Between virtual conference from a session titled “In the News: Ukraine” moderated by Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor, Center for Research Libraries, and featuring Arik Burakovsky, Assistant Director, Russia and Eurasia Program, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University;  Quinn Dombrowski, Academic Technology Specialist, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, and the Library, Stanford University; Gwen Evans, Vice President, Global Library Relations, Elsevier; Kent Lee, President and CEO, East View Information Services, Inc; and Dr. Tetiana Yaroshenko, Vice-President for Research and IT, the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

This exciting “In the News” panel will discuss updates on recent news developments, with a focus on the Ukraine Conflict and its chilling impact on the conduct of research, scholarship and education. What’s happening and what are we to make of it? This discussion will leave you reflecting on both the world situation and how world events can affect the kind of academic activities society relies on and almost takes for granted.

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/_HhbYRqHAqA

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-okerson-1b171b5/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/arik-burakovsky-25ab3336/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/quinndombrowski/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gwenevans/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kent-lee-66281624/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tetiana-yaroshenko-62733910/

Twitter: @AnnOkerson

Keywords: #libraries, #libraryconference, #CharlestonConference, #InBetween, #InTheNews, #Ukraine, #international,  #academiclibraries, #education, #research, #podcast

ATGthePodcast 163 – SUCHO: Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online

Charleston Hub
Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 163 - SUCHO: Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online
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This week’s episode features an interview with Anna Kijas, Head of Lilly Music Library at Tufts University, and Quinn Dombrowski, Academic Technology Specialist in the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, and in the Library at Stanford University. The interview was conducted by Leah Hinds, Executive Director of the Charleston Hub and Tom Gilson, Associate Editor of Against the Grain.

Anna and Quinn are two of the three co-founders of the SUCHO initiative: Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online. SUCHO is a group of more than 1,300 cultural heritage professionals – librarians, archivists, researchers, programmers – working together to identify and archive at-risk sites, digital content, and data in Ukrainian cultural heritage institutions while the country is under attack. Join us to hear about the origins of the project, recent updates, and plans moving forward.

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Social Media:

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ATGthePodcast 162 – The Mergers & Acquisitions Landscape in Scholarly Publishing

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 162 - The Mergers & Acquisitions Landscape in Scholarly Publishing
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Audio from the 2022 Charleston In Between virtual conference from a session titled “The Mergers & Acquisitions Landscape in Scholarly Publishing” moderated by by Roger Schonfeld, Director, Libraries & Scholarly Communication & Museums, Ithaka S+R and featuring Christopher Burghardt, Senior Vice President, Academia and Government, Clarivate, and Ofer Mosseri, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Ex Libris.

Roger, Christopher and Ofer discuss the Clarivate/ProQuest Acquisition, and give a recap and overview designed to capture the highlights, downstream consequences, open questions, and updates since our last Charleston In Between session.

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/8UyYtd1rZzU

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rogerschonfeld/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-burghardt-a3509321/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ofermo/

Twitter: @rschon  @Clarivate

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