News tagged: Copyright
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News April 14, 2021
An update on recent activities of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA).
News April 10, 2021
CARL today released a joint response, with CFLA, to the Government of Canada’s Consultation Paper on copyright term extension.
News March 29, 2021
An update on the current activities of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) Copyright Committee
News March 22, 2021
CFLA’s Copyright Committee Term Extension Working Group is looking for data and stories about how copyright extension might impact libraries.
News February 12, 2021
The Government of Canada today announced the launch a public consultation on how to implement a copyright term extension.
News February 11, 2021
Library and GLAM sector organizations call for federal support for broadband connectivity, access to e-content, municipal funding, library support for vulnerable populations, accessible reading material, and Canadian publishers and booksellers.
News January 4, 2021
Online storytime typically relies on the use of copyright-protected materials, therefore, librarians must consider copyright legislation and whether permission, a license, or use of the fair dealing exception is required. This guideline describes these options, and provides an example of a fair dealing analysis for an early literacy-focused storytime.
News May 8, 2020
This guidance document is meant to provide clarity to support libraries in considering copyright as they provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
News May 4, 2020
The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) today launched its campaign to advance its four key issues during the 2019 Federal Election Campaign.
News September 30, 2019