You can now watch Michael Carroll’s keynote here (the audio becomes much better ~1 minute in). Now back to your regularly posted blog:
Join the University of Michigan Library and Open.Michigan for a community conversation that explores how copyright impacts our professional lives. “Copyright Camp 2013: Who owns research data, and who cares?” takes place Thursday, June 20, 1:00-5:00pm in the Hatcher Library.
The keynote presenter is Michael Carroll, Professor of Law and Director of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property at American University’s Washington College of Law and founding board member of Creative Commons. Carroll’s talk is entitled “Sharing and Hoarding Research Data: Copyright, New Federal Funding Requirements and More.”
Copyright Camp will also feature a series of breakout sessions, facilitated by U-M community members, to further examine data and copyright issues relevant to our institution. You are encouraged to bring your questions, experiences, and ideas to the discussion.
Copyright Camp is free, but please register. We hope to see you there!
Copyright Camp 2013 is cosponsored by Advanced Research Computing at U-M (ARC), the Open.Michigan initiative in the Office of Enabling Technologies at the Medical School, the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), and Information and Technology Services (ITS).