Maryland Symposium on Digital Copyright and Higher Education

I will be speaking later this week at a conference at the University of Maryland entitled “Copyright at a Crossroads: The Impact of Mass Digitization on Copyright and Higher Education.” It promises to be a fascinating convergence of the legal, educational, and library worlds. Highlights include a keynote from Siva Vaidhyanathan about the “Googlization of Culture” and a lot of focus on the Google Library project.  There is some paid webcasting access if it sounds interesting.

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  1. [...] I spent the second half of last week at a conference on copyright and higher education, sponsored by the Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland University College. Just as I had predicted, it was a great combination of librarians, lawyers, and educators grappling with a difficult and fascinating set of issues. [...]