co-organizer: Centrum Cyfrowe
22 May 2023, Kraków
The libraries and archives of the future are institutions that have an online presence. On the way to fully use their potential in the digital world, copyright regulations appear. Can intellectual property rights support the mission of these public institutions? What changes do we need to make libraries and archives follow their audiences and respond to their needs? We will look for answers in 3 thematic sessions:
- Changes in copyright law – does the implementation of the DSM directive support the public mission of libraries and archives in Poland?
- Secure Digital Lending in Poland – what are the rules governing the lending of e-books by libraries
- Copyright law and the public mission of libraries and archives in the digital world – international recommendations
The conference is open to all interested parties – librarians, archivists, employees of cultural institutions, lawyers, activists and decision makers and will be held in a hybrid mode.
The conference will be held in English and Polish. It will be translated simultaneously, on site and online.
The conference is organised by Centrum Cyfrowe in cooperation with Future Law Lab (Jagiellonian University) and under the patronage of the Director of the Jagiellonian Library. The conference is funded by Knowledge Rights 21, supported by Arcadia – a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
Details available here.