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Given for the Special Libraries Association 2011 conference.

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  • 1. I own copyright,so I pwn you!(and your little library too!) Dorothea Salo Special Libraries Association 2011
  • 2. Disclaimers: I’m an ugly American. And not a lawyer.
  • 3. biggest threat to libraries? Photo: “$5700” by Andrew Magill http://www.flickr.com/photos/amagill/362201147/ CC-BY 2.0
  • 4. ©biggest threat to libraries?
  • 5. Take a second...what’s keeping youawake at night?(we’ll discuss afterwards!)
  • 6. Me?Well, since you ask... Network neutrality.
  • 7. Today’s plan ht g ts i r p y e p c o n c o c in context.
  • 8. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 9. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation ... hope?
  • 10. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 11. HarperCollins 2 6 checkouts
  • 12. how? s r e i l t F a S
  • 13. Lending foreign works? v. o a c g t e s om CO you only THOUGHT that was legal
  • 14. the perennial %serials crisis 3 0 0just got real
  • 15. how? . . ... l . ly l l e a w ic b a s e s . un a a c c .b eye .. h t
  • 16. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 17. e-reservesvs.
  • 18. e-reservesvs. all of us!
  • 19. how? asr ie Fu R IP
  • 20. interlibrary loan
  • 21. how? s r e i l t F a S
  • 22. Harvard Business Review did you really buy what you thought you bought?
  • 23. how? L AW T C ps A R m e. T ru s N t uCO ir fa
  • 24. Electronic theses it’s FUD season!
  • 25. Electronic theses it’s FUD season!
  • 26. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 27. Google Books
  • 28. ...so what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o what do we do with print, that’s what.
  • 29. Special collectionsand archives... ...locked away?
  • 30. Our own worst enemies...
  • 31. Orphan works
  • 32. the root problem is y r . o s t e u g t a a t m s a d
  • 33. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 34. Sound recordings Photo: “this is not a social media megaphone” by mikael altemark http://www.flickr.com/photos/altemark/337248947/ CC-BY 2.0
  • 35. Multimedia analog and digital Photo: ‘“Burned” DVD, microwaved to ensure total elimination of private data.’ by Roman Soto / http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninjanoodles/153893226/ CC-BY 2.0
  • 36. DRM Photo: “1984... meet DRM” by Josh Bonnainhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jbonnain/523672080/ CC-BY 2.0
  • 37. why? 108 t n o P i I S e c R
  • 38. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation
  • 39. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation ... hope?
  • 40. COPE
  • 41. Gluejar and Unbound
  • 42. .Are ETDs published? Y E S trust me, this is the outcome we want!
  • 43. Hathi and orphans
  • 44. Taking OA seriously ... of course, SLA is there already!
  • 45. Collection development Teaching Digitization Preservation LESSONS
  • 46. e an! r i o r m ra o ib N L ice NWhen copyright holders act as enemies of all we value,we need to treat them as such.
  • 47. u o. t a be all tim t is oh n t It’s usWe need to watch events outside libraries, and advocate as needed.
  • 48. r u re oe p th . u w re o ns s a t i h em t im ja ouT en m b ur oOpen access ain’t free.If we want it, time to pony up.
  • 49. e ! th ce t li o o n p e t r h a g e ri W py coWe must resist all attempts to turn us into enforcers.
  • 50. w.n o! o tu t s dn e e w n o e r W ouIf we don’t negotiate for whatwe write, who will do it for us?
  • 51. People to watch• Kevin Smith • Blog: blogs.library.duke.edu/scholcomm/• Kenneth Crews • Twitter: kcrews • Blog: copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/blog/• James Grimmelmann • Twitter: grimmelm • Blog: laboratorium.net• Nancy Sims • Twitter: CopyrightLibn • Blog: blog.lib.umn.edu/copyrightlibn/• ARLPolicy (group) • Blog: policynotes.arl.org/
  • 52. Thank you!(and good luck to us all!) This presentation is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States license.