2020 Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference – Call for Proposals


The call for proposals for the 2020 Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference is open! You are invited to share your knowledge and experience working with US copyright law with others by submitting proposals for poster or breakout sessions. Proposals will be evaluated through a double-blind peer review process and those selected for presentation at the conference will be announced on or before April 1, 2020.

Now in its fourth year, the 2020 Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference, being held September 23-25 on Miami University’s Oxford, Ohio campus focuses on the intricacies of U.S. copyright law and its impact on libraries and academia. The theme for this year’s conference is Becoming a Copyright Librarian and will include programming to help both new and experienced copyright librarians help their colleagues and patrons identify and address copyright issues.

We’re also looking for individuals to help with the peer review process for poster and breakout session selection. You can volunteer to serve on the Conference Proposal Review Committee online.

Contact Carla Myers, Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries and conference coordinator at 513-529-3935 or myersc2@miamioh.edu with any questions you may have.


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