Current Curriculum

The Library Copyright Institute hosts virtual and hybrid copyright training sessions, typically consisting of a series of live, virtual sessions that culminate in an all-day, hands-on workshop lead by LCI Instructors. Copyright training sessions can be tailored to suit the schedules and needs of your organization. Please get in touch if you are interested in forming a cohort and discussing a curriculum that works for you. A model syllabus is available here.

Past Sessions

  • Cultivating Copyright Knowledge, NCLA Preconference (2023)
  • Open Education Network Summer Institute (2023)
  • Librarians of Eastern and Central NC (2023)
  • Open Education Network Summer Institute (2022)
  • Western NC, SC, and TN College and University Librarians (2022)
  • Pennsylvania College and University Librarians (2022)
  • Pilot (2019)

Past 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 at LCI events. 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