Video of panel on copyright, research and teaching now on MITWorld

April 13th, 2007 by Kaitlin Thaney

The video from January’s panel “Copyright Unlocked: Managing Copyright to Advance Research and Teaching at MIT” is now available on MITWorld. The event was sponsored by MIT Libraries.

Science Commons’ Thinh Nguyen joined other members of the MIT community to discuss copyright in the academic world and its role in scholarly publishing. The 2-hour session served to open the lines of discussion about these key topics as well as educate MIT authors about open access – taking a closer look at the current schools of thought and policies regarding access to research.

Speakers included:
Claude Canizares, Associate Provost
Brian Evans, EAPS Professor of Geophysics
Thinh Nguyen, Science Commons Counsel
Ann Hammersla, MIT Intellectual Property Counsel
Ann Wolpert, Director, MIT Libraries
Ellen Duranceau, MIT Libraries Scholarly Publishing and Licensing Consultant

For more information about the event or to access the 101 minute webcast, visit MITWorld’s Web site.

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