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CART Commons: Copyright in the Archive  - via Zoom

CART Commons: Copyright in the Archive - via Zoom

Related LibGuide: Center for Archival Research and Training (CART) by Alix Norton

Date:
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Time:
12:00pm - 1:05pm
Campus:
Online
Categories:
CART Commons   Special Collections & Archives   Workshop  

A solid understanding of copyright as it applies to archival materials can be invaluable when it comes to navigating the process of research, writing, and publishing. At this program, UCSC’s Scholarly Communication Librarian Martha Stuit will be joined by Katie Fortney (of the California Digital Library) to talk about ways to add copyright knowledge to your researcher skill set. Come with your own questions or topics of concern to add to the discussion.

This is a virtual event: Please register at this link. We will email you the Zoom information the week of the event.

 

Martha Stuit is UC Santa Cruz’s Scholarly Communication Librarian, and she supports campus with publishing, copyright, and open access. Her previous work included guiding scholars with sharing and preserving their work at the University of Michigan's open access repository.

Katie Fortney is Copyright Policy & Education Officer for the California Digital Library. Her work includes providing members of the UC campuses with educational resources and help understanding copyright and scholarly publishing issues.

 

CART Commons programs are hosted by Special Collections & Archives, University Library, in collaboration with the Elisabeth Remak-Honnef Center for Archival Research and Training (CART).

CART Commons fosters a sense of community for UC Santa Cruz graduate students involved in archival research. Gatherings include hands-on archival explorations and informal presentations alongside opportunities to consider questions related to primary source research practices. Please visit the CART Commons website to learn more and join the CART Commons Mailing List.