Conference Schedule 2019

Please note schedule is subject to change.

Please click on individual sessions for detailed information. Concurrent sessions are marked in red.

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Last updated: May 28, 2019

Thursday, May 30, 2019

7:30-8:45Registration and BreakfastSponsored by University of Manitoba Libraries
8:45-9:10Welcome and Remembering Dr. Gregory YoungingElder Roland Duquette
Dean Melissa Just
Rita Bouvier
9:10-9:40Towards ReconciliationMeera Nair
9:45-10:15 CUSMA and Technical Protection Measures Robert Tiessen
10:15-10:30BreakSponsored by University of Lethbridge Library
10:30-11:25 Open Access Policies and Traditional Publishing Agreements Dr. Rumi Graham
Allan Bell
Dominique Lapierre
Mark Swartz
11:30-12:00 Crown Copyright: More Than Just an Outdated Provision Amanda Wakaruk
12:00-1:00Lunch and Annual General MeetingSponsored by University of Alberta Libraries
1:10-2:15 Keynote – Copyright: The International Impact Dr. Jean Dryden (Sponsored by CARL)
2:15-3:15Copyright and Social Media, Navigating Risks and ExceptionsDr. Hayleigh Bosher
3:15-3:30Break Sponsored by Ryerson University Library and Archives
3:30-4:00Language and Discourse in the Copyright Act Review Jennifer Zerkee
Stephanie Savage
4:00-4:30Negotiating Copyright in Online Creative Spaces: How Canadian Fan Writers Navigate and Learn about LawRebecca Katz
6:00-10:00Reception and Dinner – Remai Modern Art GallerySponsored by University of Saskatchewan Library

Friday, May 31, 2019

7:30-9:00Registration and BreakfastSponsored by University of Ottawa Library
9:00-10:15Keynote – Lawsuits Over Licensing: Lessons Learned and Future DirectionsDr. Kevin L. Smith (Sponsored by University of Toronto Libraries)
10:15-10:30BreakSponsored by CAUT
10:30-11:20The Decline of Collective Copyright Licensing in Canada’s Post-Secondaries Explained Using the Theory of FieldsDonald Taylor
11:20-12:15Cultural Appropriation in Fashion: Is Copyright the Answer?Brigitte Vézina
12:15-1:15LunchSponsored by University of British Columbia Library
1:20-1:50 Click-Thru Agreements in Journal Author Licensing: Do these Allow for the Legally Required Right to Negotiation?Lise Brin
1:20-1:50Software Preservation and Copyright: An Exploration of the Issues Mark Swartz
Graeme Slaght
1:55-2:40 Indigenous Knowledge, Libraries and Cultural Institutions Ann Ludbrook
Camille Callison
Kim Nayyer
1:55-2:40The Sky is Not Falling—A Discussion about the Fair Dealing Guidelines Meera Nair
Heather Martin
2:40-3:00Break Sponsored by Ryerson University Library and Archives
3:00-4:30Engaging Students in the Creation of Open ContentHeather M. Ross
4:30-4:45Closing RemarksABC 2019 Steering Committee Members