Opening Keynote: Between physical and digital: understanding cross-channel experiences
When: 2 April 2012 – 6:30am Pacific/ 9:30am Eastern
Andrea Resmini will be presenting his talk to the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference attendees, #erl12 Online conference attendees and the world. Watch the session here. And, follow the session and conference discussion on Twitter with #crosschannel #erl12
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ER&L, together with the sponsorship support of the Digital Library Federation, is pleased to welcome and share our Monday Keynote speaker, Andrea Resmini. Andrea will challenge us on this opening session of ER&L with ideas about designing cross-channel user experiences in libraries. Andrea is an information architect, UX practitioner, author and scholar. He is current President of the Information Architecture Institute.
About the speaker
Andrea Resmini in his own words I’m an information architect and UX practitioner and scholar. I’ve been working as an ICT professional since 1989, I hold a MA in Architecture and Industrial Design from the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and a PhD in Legal Informatics and IT Law from the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, Italy. I have been practicing information architecture since 1999. I’m now working at the University of Borâs, Sweden, researching and teaching IA- and UX-related courses while still hoisting the IA flag at FatDUX, a leading UX firm based in Copenhagen with offices all over Europe, the US and Canada. If that wasn’t enough I’m currently acting as President of the Information Architecture Institute, I chair the Italian IA Summit, I’m a founding member of the European center for user experience, and finally I’m one of the founders and now an Associate Editor for the Journal of Information Architecture. His book, Pervasive Information Architecture, co-authored with Luca Rosati and published by Morgan Kauffman, is now out. Learn more at andrearesmini.com. Session support provided by: DLF/CLIR
Tuesday morning keynote: New ARL Best Practices in Fair Use
When: 3 April 2012 – 8:30am Central
Peter Jaszi & Brandon Butler will present the Tuesday morning Keynote session, “New ARL Best Practices in Fair Use” with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL). What is fair use, and how can libraries use their fair use rights to better accomplish their missions, from preservation to support for scholarship and teaching to digitizing collections for public access? A trail-breaking new document, the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries, provides powerful new insights into the ways librarians can apply fair use principles to resolve central and recurring copyright challenges. Brandon Butler of the Association of Research Libraries, and Peter Jaszi of American University Law School, co-facilitators of the code, will introduce this new document at this event. They will provide an overview of its contents and discuss how librarians and library staff can use its principles in solving local challenges and improving local policies dealing with copyright and fair use. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and based on two years of research into the core challenges that libraries face and the considered opinions of librarians from across the country on how best to solve them using fair use, this new code gives librarians tools to help reason through challenging copyright issues.
About these Speakers
Brandon Butler is the director of public policy initiatives at the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), a group of 126 major academic and research libraries in North America. His responsibilities include analysis and advocacy regarding copyright, privacy and surveillance, free expression, and telecommunications. He also writes the ARL Policy Notes blog at <http://policynotes.arl.org> and the @ARLpolicy twitter feed. He earned bachelor’s degrees in English and philosophy from the University of Georgia, a master’s in philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin, and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Before working at ARL, he was an associate in the media and information technologies practice at the law firm Dow Lohnes PLLC in Washington, DC.
Peter Jaszi teaches domestic and international copyright law, directs the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, and writes about copyright history and theory. With Craig Joyce, Marshall Leaffer, and Tyler Ochoa, he co-authored the standard copyright textbook Copyright Law (Lexis, eighth edition, 2010). In 1994 he was a member of the Librarian of Congress’s Advisory Commission on Copyright Registration and Deposit, and in 1995 he was an organizer of the Digital Future Coalition. He is a trustee of the Copyright Society of the USA and a member of the editorial board of its journal. Since 2005 he has been working with Professor Patricia Aufderheide of the American University’s Center for Social Media on projects designed to promote the understanding of fair use by creators, scholars and others (see http://www.wcl.american.edu/pijip/go/fair-use); their book, Reclaiming Fair Use, was published in 2011. In 2007 he received the American Library Association’s L. Ray Patterson Copyright Award, and in 2009 the Intellectual Property Section of the District of Columbia Bar honored him as that year’s Champion of Intellectual Property. He also received a 2011 IP3 award from Public Knowledge. Session support provided by: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Association of Research Libraries (ARL)
Closing Leadership Panel: Leading from the top, bottom, and middle: Owning your library leadership
Karen Schneider, Char Booth and Bonnie Tijerina will chat about leadership to close the conference on Wednesday, April 4. Now more than ever, librarianship needs leadership, inspiration and passion at every career level. Come hear the stories, words of wisdom and advice from three leaders in different phases of their career. Karen Schneider has been a technology leader in the profession and now leads a library in Oakland, CA with great success. Char Booth leads with inspiration, passion and just plain hard work and has forever changed the way our profession does and evaluates instruction. Bonnie Tijerina leads with action, diligence and grounded-ness and will share the ER&L story in this panel.
About the Speakers
Karen G. Schneider is the Director for Library Services at the Paul J. Cushing Library, Holy Names University, her fourth senior-executive position in a library organization. She has a BA in English from Barnard College, a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Masters in Fine Arts in Writing from the University of San Francisco. She has worked in libraries off and on since 1973, professionally since 1992, and has published over 100 articles in both library-science and literary journals, most notably as the first “Internet Librarian” columnist for American Libraries. She has also published two library trade books, and since 2003 has blogged as the “Free Range Librarian.” Her grant-related work includes grant-writing and oversight as well as managing the popular website, Librarians’ Internet Index, from 2001-2006 (funded by the Library Services and Technology Act through the California State Library).
Early riser, devoted oceanite, and proponent of radical neutrality, Char Booth explores the integration of education, research, technology, and design in libraries. Char is the Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian at the Claremont Colleges, and is on the faculty of the ACRL Information Literacy Immersion Institute. An ALA Emerging Leader and Library Journal Mover and Shaker, Char blogs at info-mational and tweets @charbooth. Her publications include Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators (ALA Editions, 2011) and Informing Innovation: Tracking Student Interest in Emerging Library Technologies (ACRL, 2009). She received a BA in History from Reed College in 2001, an MSIS from the UT Austin School of Information in 2005, and a Master of Computer Education and Technology from Ohio University in 2008.
Bonnie Tijerina is currently the Assistant Director for Collections Services at Claremont University Consortium and President, of Electronic Resources & Libraries, LLC. She is chair of the ALA Office of Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee and a Library Journal Mover & Shaker. She is founding editor of the Journal of Electronic Resources. She earned her BA at Lawrence University and her MLS from University of Wisconsin, Madison. Bonnie tweets regularly at @ERandL and @bonlth. When not working too much, she’s probably hiking, eating oatmeal or doing yoga.