Coming Up Soon! NISO January Webinar: What Can I Do With This? Making It
Easy for Scholars & Researchers to Utilize Content
The first of the 2017 NISO Webinar series, this webinar will examine the
new perplexities associated with various forms of content and its
subsequent reuse in other contexts. What exactly is a permissible use? For
whom is that use allowed? Is there a timing factor involved? And how is one
supposed to know that? Speakers will address the many concerns of readers,
authors, funders, librarians, platform providers, and publishers.
*Date:* Wednesday, January 11, 2017
*Time:* 1:00pm – 2:30pm (Eastern)
*Featured Speakers and Topics*:
*Managing Access in This New World of Scholarly Research Results: Data,
Software, and Ongoing Change (Volatile Content) Maureen C. Kelly*, *Publishing
Maureen is the author of the *ISQ* article (in press): *The Ongoing
Challenges of Citing the Results of Scholarly Research*
Attendees are encouraged to read this (PDF) article in advance of the
January 11 webinar.
· *Balancing Author, Publisher, and Reader Rights and Reuse in an Open
*Darla Henderson*, *Assistant Director, Open Access Programs, ACS
Publications, American Chemical Society*
Attendees may want to visit and familiarize themselves with the useful
resource site, http://www.howcanishareit.com/, prior to the January 11
webinar event, as it will feature in Darla Henderson's presentation.
· *Nancy Kopans*, *Vice President & General Counsel, ITHAKA*
Kopans is a co-author of the ITHAKA publication, *An Academic Policy
Framework for Technology-Mediated Content.*
Attendees are encouraged to read the report in advance of the January 11
· *Discovering Re-Use Rights via CHORUS*
*Howard Ratner,* *Executive Director, CHORUS*
For further information as well as registration details, please visit the NISO
event page <http://www.niso.org/news/events/2017/webinars/jan11_webinar/>!
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