Join Brandon Butler of ARL and Jonathan Band of Policybandwidth on Thursday, May 24, at 2pm Eastern Time, for a one-hour webcast on the substance and implications of the recent decision in the lawsuit over Georgia State University’s e-reserves program. They will recap the basic facts of the case and the key holdings in the decision, discuss the possible next steps in the litigation, and suggest some of the possible consequences for libraries making their own decisions about how best to implement a fair use policy in the context of course reserves.
Instructions for registration are below. Space in the webcast is limited, but the webcast will be recorded and made freely available on ARL’s YouTube channel for anyone who cannot attend.
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