Current Curriculum

In 2022, the Library Copyright Institute began hosting a hybrid curriculum, consisting of a series of live, virtual sessions that culminated in an all-day, hands-on workshop lead by LCI Instructors. The first of these hybrid Library Copyright Institute sessions was hosted in Pennsylvania in Spring of 2022, with 24 participants, primarily from community colleges from throughout the state. As an example, the syllabus for that course is available here.

2019 Curriculum

The full curriculum for the 2019 Library Copyright Institute will be posted in full after the Institute, which is held July 23-26, 2019. The agenda for the Institute is available here. You can find the full set of materials from this first Institute, including full sets of slides and other instructional materials, budget and grant information, and survey and feedback data here. In addition, we have included a cover document explaining those documents along with brief reflections on lessons learned that may help inform future iterations of the Institute.

2019 Instructors

We are grateful to the following instructors, all leading library copyright experts from across the United States, who have offered their time to help teach portions of the 2019 Institute. They include:

  • Brandon Butler, Director of Information Policy, University of Virginia Library
  • Kyle K. Courtney, Program Manager and Copyright Advisor, Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication
  • Sandra Enimil, Copyright Services Librarian, The Ohio State University Library, University Libraries
  • Ana Enriquez, Scholarly Communications Outreach Librarian, Penn State University Libraries
  • Molly Keener, Director of Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication, Wake Forest University, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
  • Melissa Levine, Director, Copyright Office, University of Michigan Library
  • Lisa Macklin, Director, Research, Engagement & Scholarly Communication, Emory Libraries & Information Technology
  • Rina Pantalony, Director, Copyright Advisory Office, Columbia University Libraries
  • Kevin L. Smith, Dean, University of Kansas Libraries

The 2019 Institute will also include sessions taught by the project Co-PIs.