Conference Schedule 2020

Keynotes

Keynote 1 – Dr. Olivier Charbonneau
Keynote 2 – Dr. Rebecca Giblin
Keynote 3 – Dr. Oluwatobiloba (Tobi) Moody

Detailed Conference Schedule

Presenters and Presentations

  • Robyn Hall – Copyright Practices of Canadian Institutional Repository Services
  • Brianne Selman – Docs and Chill: Clearance Culture and Documentaries as Knowledge Mobilization
  • Jacqueline Kreller-Vanderkooy – Experiences with Copyright and Media Reuse among Undergraduate Students Who Have Created a Digital Media Project
  • Amanda Wakaruk, Nancy Marrelli, Mark Swartz – Driving Change on Crown Copyright
  • Luc Fagnan, Julia Guy, Amanda Wakaruk, Adrian Sheppard and Michael B. McNally – Putting the Copyright Act into Action: Exploring the Challenges of Copyright Literacy related to the Canadian Copyright Act in Online Instructional Modules
  • Mélanie Brunet and Marie-Ève Truchon – What does Quebec Want? An Analysis of Quebec-based Briefs Submitted for the Copyright Act Review
  • Stephanie Savage and Jennifer Zerkee: Searching for Meaning in the Copyright Act Review: A Qualitative Analysis of Stakeholder Briefs
  • Roger Gillis – Open GLAM: Open Licensing in Digital Cultural Heritage Collections
  • Rebecca Katz – Legalese 1010: Talking Copyright with LIS Students
  • Rumi Graham and Christina Winter – Copyright Practices and Approaches at Canadian Post-Secondaries: Preliminary Report and Follow-up Survey
  • Drew Thomas – The ‘Might’ of Indigenous Collective Copyright: Treaty Rights and Treating Right
  • Christina Winter, Rowena Johnson, Kathryn Blair, Heather Martin and Mark Swartz – Implementing CARL’s Copyright Open Educational Resource for University Instructors and Staff
  • Rory McGreal – Open Educational Resources in Canada 2020
  • Amanda Wakaruk and Céline Gareau-Brennan – “I Would Avoid the Kinds of Activities or Projects that Might Involve Copyright Issues”: Introducing the Copyright Anxiety Scale
  • Alana Zanbilowicz – Navigating Troll Infested Waters: A Journey into Visual Information Literacy
  • Sam Cheng and Desirée Thyme – Copyright Education for Film and Documentary Students
  • Roën Janyk and Arielle Lomness – Balancing Authors Rights in the World of E-Books
  • Alexandra Kohn and Jessica Lange – How Can We Make This Better? Understanding and Improving the Copyright Transfer Agreement Experience